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Meeting at 7 o'clock, "Missionary Opportunities," Isaiah fiO: Prcsbytcrinns nnd others from Stanford arc Invited to nttend an nnnivcmsry syvlco In the First church nt Danville Sundny evening, April 28th, commemorating the 40th nnniversnry of the nnstoratc of tho Rov. E. M. Green, D. D. On next Saturday evening, from 7..'10 to 10 o'clock, n reception will be held in the First Presbtoimu church in honor of the rounding out f forty i? service by Dr F M. G . en nr a. stor. A general invitation is extended tho public to nttend and n large number will be there to extei.d well wishes to this beloved pastor. On Sundny evening there will lie a union service by all trie churches this, too, in honor of Dr. Green. Danville Messenger. The Hrooks revival at the Christian church has already reached the point where it is being spoken of as the greatest protracted meeting ever held in Richmond. For the first time in the history of tho new church, the big auditorium on Mnin nnd could not au"ord even standing room for nil who sought entrance nnd Inst Sundny night mnny were turned nwny. The children's services on Sundny nftcrnoon witnessed the attendance of practically nil the young people of the town. Fifty automobiles lined up, after the service, and gave the young people n ride to Clny's Ferry and return. Richmond SPRINCJRJEplTAL A SUCCESS IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES, Wcdnjsday even W. II. Ransdoll. aged 77. is dead nt Ing.'iytyed om at llnrrodSDorg, Mrs. Jennie Rronddus, widow . l&Khat hVbceri henrd In this city Nowton Hronddus. is dead in Our- -' rj!Aimyjijond to r.no 'Jf tha k nd rnnl . ,.' -Cwiuit' crtvMi hnrn. Tho Snrhit Tlorltn! .' .ci P. H. Wethlngton, n prominent' c,flWmdcxlHe,auspiccs of the music clubs izon of (ho Ctcmentqviilc seetion.'ijf of thtf .city was presented by Mhj Ttnney, "piano, Miss Gregory, voice, lunacy, is iicnu. . Tho of D.drivillc, wns fined Miss JlftUgnman, reader nnu snxn- violin and Miss $200 for maintaining a nuisance in fhone.'Mks Calvert,These young latho form of a bad sower. John R. Cundi.T, Aunir county far- dies arc students of the College of mer and Union soldier In tho Civil Music, Cincinnati, and no one could War, dropped dead whila working fnil to realize in listening that each on his form. one wns nn nrtist. Ench number wns Middleburg will have a school fair heartily encored nnd thoroughly apnext fall, when premiums will bo giv- preciated. Miss Haughmnn, who been for the best corn, potatoes, tur- gins her two year chautauqua work " nips, onions, etc. the fifteenth of May, gave several Clnborn Hrndshaw, nged G8 years, readings. She graces the stage with a prominent nnd prosperous farmer presence extremely pleasing; her Tuy.ys and Fridays let-u- p Tr Karmeri nd gardeners arc taking advantage of tho pretty wenthef to turrt ov"eY, and plant ovory foot of ground 'nvnllnbln, Lots of potatoes have bcon plnnted. Tlw week's services conducted iby ltcv. Porvis nt the Christian olntrch nmo ton closo Snturday4cyenlng. If tho church hns not been'- - benefited nmi much refreshed It cortalnly was no faultier our pnstor., ins sormom were fine his 'ensonlngrfjtcar add his suliJecU ably dlscussouVRood crowds woro In mtendnnce tan! an seem-- u him longer. sorty thoy could not h tin will nroach at StWord Sunday, Pervis to, see her grundpnxehU at Hnrrodsburg this week. Mrs, Sup Ilolmcsif Montgomery, Collier mid Mrs. T, Mnck Rev. J'pcvb) nnil vfifo A T" - CRAB ORCHARD rlli-atric- STANFORD HONOR ROLL Grade 1. Omcr Dishon, Allen Goodc Dorothy Susnn Ncwlnnd and Lillian VonGruenigrin. Grade 2.'--- "Winfrey Duncnn, Mary Hlalh Foster Ucrnio Frnnklin, Frank Goggin, Mario Kennedy, Louise Mooro, Annie. Hollo Farmer, Richard flouthnhl, Mary C. Withers, E. P. Woods-ani- l Adnm Wnlkcr. Urndc .1. Class A.; Ophelln Cor- t.nKl.. i,iuiip.i;ilBlllr( t.uiivjr, tui tlltH.. viiuiiu Cnmcniach, Luetic Dunn. Mabel r rnnklini Lewis Mershon nnd James Mfttherrv. Class II. tloh'n Wood, 1 C)yit6s ..-- . - fty tiok,bnby J. II Aln., i ner. 75th BIRTHDAY HONORED Sophomore May Hello Lyon, Hes Mrs. J. H. Woods of Paint Lick, ter Anderson nnu (Jnrrie Davis. entertati ed in honor of ner father. Junior Mnry Anderson. Mnrv Rev. R. R. Noel, of Stanford, it beHciley, Annie V. Cratir. Elizabeth ing his 75th nnnivcr.siry. Those prcs-oCarter, Tilden Cooper, Allie It. Fish. were: Miss Anna Noel. Miss Mnry S'nncy K McKinney, Annie Rogers N el. Mr. nnd Mis. J. F. Parks nnd Powell, Clarence Singleton, Annette Climax. laughter, Nevclyn. of Danville. Mr. Wearen, Thelmn Francis nnd Mrs. O. T. Lnyton. Mrs. Edna Seniors Henley Cash, Joe T Em-br- TO THE CITIZENS OF COURT TO MAKE REPAIRS LINCOLN COUNTY: Layton of Cincinnati. O.. Mr. nnd Mntsv Grimes, Nellie Wilson At n meeting of tho fiscal court After careful consideration I have Mrs. J. S. Hoggs nnd Miss Bessie Wednesday it was decided that the Hill, Kliznbeth Hunn, Ferdinnnd concluded to become n candidate Turley, of Richmond. The dav was court would look after the repairs to Joitephiue Mntheny. for the Democratic nomination td the mem alio u is neeuics 10 say me made necessary by the court-housoffice of County Attorney of Lincoln wns of the old Kentucky THE FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE Corlnn. the fire of two months ngo. Tho kind, not n sign of "old high whole body was present nnd it was William Fife, of Winchester, of Itheumntism is n constitutional county, subject to the nction of the Mn. Democratic Primary Election to be cost" to be seen. The old father nnd ind ?lrs. morbid state, brought about by in with her parents. Mr. further decided thnt contractor J. August Ith. 1017. J tines f had wick. Constipation, Lier nnd held have never held an office in the grandfather, seemed the happiest of R Powell be employed to superinI til. and expressed himself ns follows: tend the job. and he will do so. Oper Mr Will Nnpier, who broke hii leg Kidney complaints it condition of people, nnd my official "Well dear ones, I have been gift of o wn bml nutrition Ins! week, is doing real well will begin just as soon ns macrenting nn excess of record isthe limited to nbout one yenr's years coming, but am here, ations can be gathered. Mr. Powell thi' ssme leg he recently nmke and URIC ACID. terial service us City Attorney of Stanford, by the j'race of God, safe and sound, vices and is to engnge such help as he it, he lind never quite gotten well of The blooii becomes saturated with service but it was not broken in the wnne "rheumatic poison," nnd distribute nnd a few months' Hnilev ns bv ap- and glad to grasp your hand and look may deem necessary. Mr. Powell repCounpointment of Judge into your smiling faces. Through place it in the weakest snots in the joints ty Attorney pro tern. In these capac- many dnngerous toils nnd snares. I resented Lincoln county in the erecMrs Mollie Collier went to Lex- nnd tissues, the muscles, nerves and tion of the splendid court-hous- e I have duhave has ington Monday to visit Mrs. Uoine. sheaths, anil not infrequently in the ities fully to tried to discharge my nnd broughtnlready came, tis gracegrace building nnd his services were so sat the respective City me safe thus far, nnd ties isfactory that the fiscal court consid She went with Mrs. (lover and Shir- - left valves ofthe heart Xnturo makes County, how well I hnve done so will lead mo home. Surely His promi- ered in getting, him a strong elTort to throw off this nois- - vou can and onsily nscertnin. If you nom- ses are good to build upon, therefore. ngnin itself fortunate vm called to Or to look nfter the work. He nlso I. F. Jones Mr. James Kotf-er- i. on by moans of the kidneys and lior, inate nnd elect mo to the office of "Trust in the Lord nnd do good, you PreMhersvillo to se made the estimate of the loss to the nut reqmcus nn'ilical mil to oliminnto Cottntv Attorney I will jp the best of bail (jwi'U in tho lanl nnil lie ferl.'' building, which was accepted by tho wlw vm reportod vow ! is. it from the s.stin. my ability use, nil of the means that Hut finally nt n Into hour, after the several Insurance companies and K. Fisli. who hs Iwin a M Mr ror this nurnonf. hundred of neo- .,iir.-r..all winter seems to be im plo hm- - nn- - Ukinr "AULO." the the Ihw atfords to asrertnin nnd pun- "kodak" rind done its work, the fare- - which wns highly complimented by ish nil olfenders of the law. nnd will vv.'Hs were said, the lilessings given good weather urest uric srid eliminator the damage proving some since the especial attention to nil viola- nnd eves dim with tears were turned them. Besides repairine;root win no set m. tlone by the Pre, the N'earlv every one knows Mr J. W. rive tions of the locnl option law. and will to the next meeting. Lancaster painted, "the clock dial nnd tower will Mrs Wood Voters has Won fi-N'oble (mate of steamboat Citv of earnestly endeavor to discharge ev this week but is better. receive n coat of pnint nnd materinl Louisville for yours), read what ho ery duty encumbent upon me as nn Kecord. do has to say. flur thri-- milliners have changes will be made in the judges olllcinl, without fear or favor. MR. GEARY LOSES MOTHER mg quite a lively business. Have lots in tho circuit court room. It is "January 10. ID 17. 1 have entered the race to win nnd Mr Mike Geary, of this citv, was stand probable that the building hardly of Ijeftutiful hats, riunon ami niowors "To Whom It May Concern: expect to make an active campaign, railed on to give un his mother first will be put in condition for the May DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER to please eer' one nnd ire kept "1 have been troubled with Itheunmi hope to bo privileged to see ev- nnrt of the week. She died very sud- form of circuit court, but if possible atin Chicago Butter declined 0 busy helping the ladies to look mntism and nching bones for three in denly nt Danville, nged the changes nnd improvements will Thursday Felling nt 3c. tractive. (Jo to tho bawinr Saturday venn. After taking one bottle AK1.0 ery voter Anythe county before the 02 Mrs. hor home in Goarv, wife interest manifested in Elizabeth n' be completed by then. many to n'mire and I noticed immedinte relief nnd I feel election. Mrs. Eliza Hnrt, 100 ycara eld, and you will find mv behalf or assistance rendered me Mirhael Geary, was born in Canada died near Cerulean Monday. mnny pretty articles to buy like n new man. Feel better each nnd was mnrriod to tho mnn who is TRUSTEES ELECT TEACHERS Mnj. John Gault, for 53 year? conAid have on morning. This is n marvelous medi- will be greatly appreciated. The ltnptist Very truly yours, now bowed down with grief in 1872 The trustees of the Stanford High nected with the L. & N., is lead in bands some of the prettiest nw we cine HILL, JR. T. J. Seven children nnd four brothers nnd nnd Graded School, at tho annual Louisville. have over seen made nnd they nre letAULO acts as nn alterative nnd as sisters are left to mourn her loss. Of George W. Barney, nged 05, was last night, electting them go at most rensonnbl'j n oolvont of the URIC ACID in the BACK IN HARNESS her, the Advocnte says: Mrs. Geary election of teachers Craig teacher of run over and killed by a switch enalthough they nre tedious to blood It relieves the irritnition which ed Miss Snllic Mills was a woman who wns bv the eighth grade; Miss Sallie Budette gine nt Ashland. Mr. Shelton Sauficy, for some crochet, and each ruir represents nlwavs accompanies Rheumatism, refriends nnd The Northern Bnnk building nt seventh; Miss Mnrie days of patient labor. Iluy one for duces inflammation nnd enlargment years' owner nnd editor of the Stan- a large circle of this community, teacher of the sixth: Miss Lucile Lexington wns sold at auction and in Interior Journal, has your wife. Ballard of the of the joint;, nnd carries out of the ford (Ky.,) big cake and system the "arid "articles" which are purchased two newspapers in Rich where she has resided for a number Stone of the fifth; Miss Kate Lynn brought $79,050. Leonard G. Cox Don't forget that anil to be bucket of cream for the supoer Cliti.--tla- deposited here and there in rheuma mond, and will combine them for fu- of years, family they tender to the Wood of the fourth: Miss Jennie wns tho buyer. stricken their sympathy in Ncwlnnd of the third; Mrs. II. D. Elihu Root has been requested to given by the Ladies Aid of the tic subjects giving rise to the swell- ture publication. This is good news for the people the loss thev hnve sustained. Funeral Phillips of the second nnd Miss An- head the commission the United church during Commencement ing, distortion nnd pain, which lire o'conducted week. nie McKinney of the first. Miss Eliz States will send to Russin. Others the main features of Rheumatism of Richmond nnd nlso for the Stnte services will be morning nt nt nine Cathclock Saturday tho of Kentucky, which can ill spare the Miss Penrl Hohannon, sister or (chronic or otherwise,) nnd gout. abeth Farra wns elected economic mentioned for placej on the commisMrs. l'ervis, will sew for the public ARLO is Fold exclusively in Stan services of so industrious, intelligent olic Church, and the interment will teacher and Mr. W. R. Todd was sion are Henry Morgenthnu, Oscar follow in Bellcvue cemetery. elected to the place he now holds in Straus nnd Edward N. Hurley. nt tho home of Mrs. S. L. Cummins ford nt THE PENNY DRUG STORE, nnd conscientious a State newspaper mnn ns Mr. Saufley. The paper Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson nnd will nppreciate your pntronnge. h. It. (. oleman, l'roprietor. the school. The selections nre nil SENT MONEY TO BELGIANS liy the latter at btanford mother, published Mr. Ilirney Fish visited his good ones nnd the trustees nre to be appeared in song recital nt the Mary As n result of the talk made at congratulated Mondnv. He in Louisvillo Tueswns one of the best in the State, nnd Theater on their work. The wisters nnd brother here THE CHAUTAUQUA Mr. Saufley hns shown In the Legis- the Presbyterian church by Mr. Vic- salnries of all the lady teachers were Anderson day night in tho interest of the lins a lnrire class in instrumental mu REMEMBER Mr. raised to $55, save that of Miss Mc- American Red Cross. Her nppearanco Hear in mind that the Lincoln lature anil elsewhere that be under- tor Hogaert, of Lexington. nnd hns moved from sic nt Salvisa Welch Rochester, who wns will proved an artistic and patriotic sucSomerset to that place, where wo Chautauqua 31, hold tho boards hero stands the needs of Kentucky nnd is take care of the collections, asked to Kinney, who will receive $G5. May 27 to forward inclusive, nnd that a prepared to fight for them in un cess. The theater was crowded and 'hope he will do well. to him this week. Mr. most excellent nnd interesting proed about $15 Jiundrcds fniled to gain admittance. manner. Louisville Post. Mrs. Judith Vass, of Mobile. Ala., MR. MOUNT WILL SPEAK Hogaert, who was bom in Belgium, gram will bo rendered during tho ename to be with her mother, Mrs. J Hon. J. R. Mount writes 'ns folgagement Some men nnd women of and who was visiting there when the MARRIAGES W. Guest, who Is no better. "Believing it is right nnd just AILS A PAGE SELLS FOR $800 national fnme will take part and the Ailsa Page, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas M. Farns-wort- h war broke out and saw the slaughter lows: the voters should know how n the great trotting Mrs. Jnmes Manjcl was onoruted five-da- y thnt Chautauqua promises to be Caroen-te- r. wedding nnd devastation, will bo glad to mare belonging to Senator K. l. celebrated their silver bv Drs. Jones and on public the money to tho sufferers. If enndidnte for aquestions office stands Hubble and McCray Bros., of North Manuel, of drivel n veritable season of delight. The In- nt Hnrrodsburg Inst week. Mrs. Thomas thnt affect on importnnt dies of the Woman's Club nro selling Middletown. At the home of the bride's moth- there nre those who did not contriSwitch, is with her. morally, financially and politi- gentlemen to has been sold by those season tickets and should they miss er, Mrs. Lizzie McCnrlev, on Tues-- bute to the fund nnd desire to do so, them I Allie Jones, for a New will talk to the voters of Lincally, vou in their elTorts to dispose of lny Miss Arethusa McCarley. nged Mr. Rochester will very cheerfully $800. coln county next county court day York partv for tho bigTho great maro them, don't think that they hnve in- is, and ueorge i.ytie, ', were join- receive nnd forwnrd it. Our townsSheriff's Sale rondster rings questions of won in nil of slighted you, but thnt you ed in wedlock's holy bonds. Both pur-tie- s man received n letter of thanks from at one o'clock P. M., on will tentionally and soenk to last year speed.possesses grent stylo as Mr. Hogaert both for tho contribution vital interest to them. I have been ncculentnlly overlooked. live in the Enst End. Senator Hubblo used Boyle on of well as Ily virtue of excution No. 008 di- In such a contingency be big enough Wedding plans of Mike Duval!, nnd the courtesies shown him while the voters of county on the 14th of her ns n buggy maro until he bought the 21st Mny, Garrard rected to me, which issued from the to call on some of them nnd let them 17. nnd Miss Eula Lindsay, 14, both here. Mny and in Casey at some future nn nuto and he then turned her over Clerk's Office of the Lincoln Circuit supply you You can't nfford to miss living nt Sunfish. were frustrated Hughes, to date. Mv opponents are invited to be was Mnck successfulofinDanville, who Court, In favor of Lottie Adams the trout thnt the Chautauqua will when Town Marshal Morgnn interSprains And Strains Relieved training nnd very present." I or one of prove to be. ugainst Jesse Adams, Sloan's Liniment quickly tnkes the showing her. Just after she had won cepted tho young couple ns they were pain out of strains, sprains, bruises my Deputies, will on passing through Elizabethtown. the $250 roadster premium at tho Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy? and nil muscle soreness. A clenn, clear Stanford fair last August Senator STANFORD HIGH VICTORIOUS MONDAY, MAY H, 1017 You need Dr. King's New Discov- Hubble sold a half interest in her to quickly peneHigh School defeated CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING Mquid easily applied, it Sloan's Lini ery to stop that cold, tho soothing Stanford rubbing. of 10 o'clock, A. between tho hours Spring house clonning means trates without McCrav Bros., who showed her tho High School 10 to 5 nt M. and 3 o'clock P. M., at the court- Hustonville on inside and outside. Dull ment does not stain tho skin or clog balsam ingredients heal tho Irritated balance of the season and won many the lntter's grounds denning the pores liko mussy plnsters or oint- membranes, soothe tho sore throat, blues with her. door In Stanford, county of base ball house pimply skin is nn aftermath of win Monday It wns the Lincoln, Ky., expose to public sale to game the afternoon. have played best ter inactivity. Flush your intestines ments. For chronic rheumatism aches the antiseptic qunlities kill tho germ locnl lads this nnd pains, neuralgia, gout nnd lum nnd your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. tho highest bidder, tho following season. Tho line-u- p FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY wns as follows: with n mild lnxntivo nnd clenn out bago n nronortv (or so much thereof as mny remedy King's New Discovery has for 48 this Mr. Joo T. Kmbry, pitcher, John Cash, the accumlated wastes, ensv to tnVo, handy.hnve the pains of grippe and yenrs been the standard remedy for issue T. J. Hill. Jr.. nnnounces this For bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of catcher, Ed Tanner, first base, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New for the democratic nomination tho plnintilrs debt, Interest, and Faulkner, second, Cover, third, Noe, Life Pills will clear your complexion following strenuous work, It gives coughs nnd colds in tnousanus ot for county uttorney. Mr. Hill is a today and hnvo homes. Get a bottle quick relief. At all druggists, 25c. cost), to wit: lawyer and democratic short-stoHnrvey Embry, right ami brighten your eye. Try Dr. it handy in your medicine chest for worker nnd his entrance into tho race A tract of lnnd In Lincoln county King's New Life Pills tonieht nnd coughs, colds, croup, grippe and an comnllcates FAMILY DIES Lancaster pike, field, Put Tanner, center field, Hen- throw oft tho sluggish winter shell. WHOLE considerably. on tho Stanford nnd mntters Cash, left field. Tho hoys In February. Fields Salter, color- bronchinl nffections. At your drug- Read his card, which nppears elsebounded by tho lands of R. L. Hub- ley practice nnd some good arc nil At druggists, 25c. games ed, lost his wife, three weeks later gist, 50c. W. Logan, Miss Annlo Ash-loc- k in ble. J. where in this issue. It has tho right ho died and on Saturday last tho nnd Stone, and being tho same mny bo expected from now on during sort of ring. BRYAN STONE DEAD tho season. $60 AND TEN DAYS land convoyed to Jesse Adams by Byun Stone, a nnd little son, the surviving member of John Bluin. colored, was tried bedeed of G. W. Withers and wife, NINETEEN LOTS successful lawyer, is dead nt James- tho family died. All of the deaths ocSTOP LEFT OVER COUGHS dated May 20, 1014 nnd recorded In Will bo offered at the Varnon sale town. Ho wus a brother of Hon. curred at the home of Fields Salter, fore Judgo James P. Bailey ThursLinwill George E. Stone, of Danville, nnd Sr. given n fine of $C0 nnd ten Saturday, Dr. Hell's day nnd May 5th, separately and Deed Hook 38. page 300 of the davs in jail for bootlegging. Blaln Is then ns a whole. Mr. Speculator buy coln County Clerk's Office, levied up- stop thnt hacking cough thnt lingers Judgo J. Hoyle Stone, of Liberty, nnd Adams. from January. Tho soothing pine n distant relative of tho Into Judge u Morelund product nnd wus foolish this 50 ncres, lav out streets nnd cut REMEMBER on ns tho property of Jesso Tho five larger lots to bo sold at enough to ply his trado there. The It up into lots. This is your chnnce. TERMS: Sale will bo miulo on n balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals tho M. C. Saufley, Deceased was about citizens of that good town arc just tho Vnrnon sale May Eth on Cut-of- f threo months, bond with irritated membrane, tho glyccrlno re- 70 years old and unmarried. credit of nlko nre out of tho city, yet nro close ns determined that ho shall not do approved security required, bearing lieves tho tender tissues vou breathe Mr. nnd. Mrs. Rich Young spent Interest nt the rato of six per cent, easier nnd coughing censes. Dun't IF you want your cemetery lot in, with all city advantages. No city so and thoy caught un with him early several days at Highland. Thoy at In the action. A number of Morclnnd tended tho burial or airs. u. t. uw- per annum from day of sale, and hav- neglect u lingering cough, yit Is kept especially lawn mowed, notify taxes. is me. I will charge $3 per lot to be Dr. Hull's Pino ing tho forco and effect of a shIo citizens wore here to testify ugainst ts. There will bo good music by nn all- - him. bond, this 23 day of April 1P17 J. antiseptic and pleasant to toko, ben- paid October 1, 1017 or $2.50 In Read tho advertisement on tho 8th n efits ypung nnd ol.'. got it nt your star band nt the sale of tho Pence p G. WEATIIERFORD, Sheriff of J. S. Turpln, sexton. druggist today. Formula on tho lot fnrm next Wednesday, May 2nd, utj Don't forget tho big land sale ncxtlnage of this paper of tho solo of tho County, by P. A. WEATHER. IPer.ce farm. Wednesday. Free lunch to all. Tho Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. IUMU tie, 25c. 11 FORD, Deputy Sheriff. .H. v. y, e, nnti-bellu- m Iseven-tv-fivr b'-el-llg-urc- s. well-liked ni-n- ln for-wo- rd z-well-knowwell-know- n well-know- n s. 'lur-Honec. Lin-coi34-23i-3F- lmek to Crab Orchard. Thn rsrtipntvrs have about com pleted work on Mrs. Culton's homo and it Is in the bands of the plaster crs who will soon hnve It ready for occupancy. f Chicago nnd Gill Boyle, Mr Mr. Will Client of Louisville, emiw Saturday to be at the bedside of thoir mother. .Mrs. J. w. uuesi, woo i trrniiuullv irettlni weaker. J C'nrrol Ilniley and Mis Mrs Ophelia Lnckev were hero huntlay to Guest. see Mrs. J The oldest citixon of Crab Onh-nrd- . Theo. Klom. who while he is Mr quite feeble seems to fret looks around quite well, often wnlking from the depot to town with the aid of n cane. Mrs. Mnrgnrot Gove.- - nnd Shirley Clover were hero Saturday nnd Sunday from Lexington, mingling with old friends who are always mi clad to see them. Montei Fish and June Messrs. Troylor camo over from Itichmnnd Saturday to be with rclnt'ves. but two mighty pretty girls enjoy their visits also. Mrs. Thomn Hutt, who has been some h. k for so long, seems to be Susie Her daughter. Mrs. better Hnuglt. of Detroit, is with her. Mr Pottus Ilnys has returned from Holmes. Shi is looKtnsr won nnd like ovcry one who leaves is Kind to come nnd her.3rothor. Murphy,' Foster Held Phillips, Kunrcc I'opples, James McCormnck," Ireno Livingston, Ilownn Snuflcy, Cnrson, Hatlcf Smith and Antlullc Snbra Knlherino Walker, II. Chancellor, 01 Grndo Sadie K. Kincnid, rn Cnmenlsch, Jnmes Paxtnn, Dorothy Tribblc, Mary Louire Stone, Susie llankin nnd Wallin, Kddle II. Grade Haughmnn, Prank Camden, Mnry G. Powell, Kuth Cooper, Nclbo Mitchell nnd Mary Dishon. Cook Kaney, Grade 7. Frmires Fih, Mnttle llelle Kincnid, Isabella Warren, Mnry Katherine Mocker, Katherine Hrndv, Adelaide Proctor, Mnry FrnneOs Mntheny. Grade 8. Jnmes Ilnughman, Henry Hnugbnmn. Jonnnn llnllnu. Mer-th- a f.-G- uy Grndo ed Houman, Knthcr-In- e Vnda Wnllln. living west of Durgin, shot himself through the henrt. Liberty will hnve a fair August 15, 10 nnd 17. O. P. Ilowmait is pres'w dent, Robert Allen L. D. CundifT, sccrclnry-tras'ire- r Illa Tho mnnglcd body of n 'man was found.'lon the 0. & C. tracks r.oar Nicholasville. In his pocket wns found n letter hearing the nutne of L. II. Howling, Lucile Carter, Kmily Cnmenlsch, Ola llankin, Marie Powell. Margaret Wood, Annie Lee s. Lucile Waters nnd Lou be Wn-ter- Hlnnkenship, Sara llright, I.eath-o- r Mnry ftlll Garman, Vie Gosc Smith, Wm. Welburn, Patterson Tan Freshmnn Mary Frances Corml-ne- y, Sullivan. Robert Dunn, of Danville, formerly connected with tho A'dvocnte, but more recently holding n position on the Fnrmers' Home Journal at Louisville, hns enlisted with Uncle Sam to fight for bis country. J. II. Christopher has sold the C. C. Fain fnrm, three miles north of .Nicholasville, on tho Lexington pike, containing .11 ncres to T C. Robinson of Lancaster, for $5,800. Mr. Robinson sold the place soon after to Jerry Combs at a small proht t. gestures nre of perfect nnturnlncss nnd enso; her saxophone solo wns especially enjoyed. Miss Gregory, who visits hero quite frequently, has n very fine voice, of wonderful power nnd sweetness. Miss Rnney, who made her first nppearanco here this year made an excellent Impression unon the nudiencc. Her firm tone and assured touch were most decided and with her skilful way of interpretations, success for her Is certain. Miss Calvert held the nudiencc by n magnetism nnil power that was marvelous. Each number was greatly appreciated. The Mozart, MacDowell and Mendelssohn Clubs were seated in a body, nlso the Dramatic Club. Much praise is due these music clubs on securing such unusual talent. A more beautiful program hns not been heard here in mnny n day. The Mozart Club entertained very beautifully for the visitors, immediately after the recital at The Princess. Forty plates were served at the long table which looked very graceful, decorated in huge baskets of spring blossoms. The club colors, old gold and black, were tied in large bows on the basket handles nnd the lunch consisted of n salad course nnd Ice. LATEST yAR NEWS in tho snngulnnry struggle on both tho British and French was noted in yesterday's war fronts reports. Members of the French Commission, headed by Vice Premier Vivlahi nnd .Gen. Joffro, who reached Hampton Ronds Tuesday, will urge tho United States to send an expeditionary forco to France. The moal effect of having American soldiers, in the trenches is regarded as the mpst important reason for such nction. An overseas forco under the French plan would be supported by a full complement of nuxiliary units. Franco also wants n lonn of $100,000,000 monthly to bo sent for supplies in tho United States. Cnpt. Rice, of the Amon'can steamer Mongolia, which has arrived a British port told the Associated at Press that tho Mongolia hnd fired the Iret gun of tho war for the United States and sunk n Germnn submarine. Thq submarine, Cnpt. Kico said wns about to attack tho great lincri in British waters on April 19. He there was absolutely no doubt was hit und there that the was every reason to believe it wns destroyed. The nnvnl gunners on bonrd made a clenn bit nt 1,000 ynrds. The periscope was seen to bo shnttered. The British troops fighting along the Arras battle line made further slight ndvnnces Wednesday south of the Scrape river. There was a continuation of ncrial activity in which fifteen German airnlancs came to grief nnd six British aircraft failed to return to their base, according to the official communication. Thousands of dead Germans are lying on the battlefield, says the communication. At n conference of provincial and military Governors, at which the Premier presided, it was voted unanimously voted that China should enter the war against Germany. Thnt Austria would restore Serbia, and Germnnv rebuild Belgium is the opinion of the President of the International Socialist Bureau, after conferring with Zimmermann. Americans, who reached Paris report that from Constantinople, conditions in tho Turkish capital are grave. Most of the people fnvor n separate peace and are only kept in lino by military power. Legislation to give the Government direct control of American shipping will be nsked of Congress soon. The Shipping Bonrd also announced that several of the seized German ships will be ready for use in a few davs. About 123.000 men have applied thus far and been found to meet tho necessnry requirments for membership in Col. Theodore Roosevelt's proposed division. Sixty per cent, of tho volunteers are from the Southern States. In firing the first shot against a German submarine on April 19. the Mongolia mnde history repeat itself. April 19. 1775 142 years before the minute men nt Lexington answered the British volley with ball and powder. A A ff it i. " fr4fcwteMkfe MH'JB'"""' m&mr" HIGHLAND UHBlMfflRnlVV ' ' '"1 "wLaiHHHBi l Page Tvo The Interior Journal, SUtitord, Kentucky: Friday, April 27, 1917 Everybody busy preparing to plant corn, while some have already planted, Mr. John Meier being the first to plant in this neighborhood. Holly Wnrflcld sold n cow to Joo Skldmorc for $57.50. Horn to the wife of Burton Spires, on the 10th. a girl. Shell Reed and Genie Hutchison arc ench building a largo barn on their farms. As the weather seems to be doing better than it did through the winter the members of the Methodist church haw begun again their Thursday night prayer meeting. It wns quite a shock to our citizci.a when the news went out that Mrs. Hen Lewis was dend ns a result from the measles. One of her sons, Hubert did not get to see his mother during her sickness as he hnd never had the measles. It was quite a shock to him early Sunday morning as he was on his ivnv to find out howshe was getting niong to be told thnt she was (lend. W G. Acton is visiting his brother. Dr. J. W. Acton nt Glasgow. Mrs. Lillie Roberts, of nenr Stan- Make Your Home CHEERFUL How can this be accomplished? I.lttan nnd we will tell you. Call at our store and select from our Large Assortment of HIHIHifllK'4IHMVHf$t)tr7V3 Ml iiiiMll t.a 1'llkivkT, jJThe W I Kind Mother Use?1 WALL PAPER 1000 Different Patterns which Is now ready for your Inspection. Our prices are right and our workmanship unexeelled. We also have a In Walt Pabunch of room-lot- s per at less than cost. Call and let us figure with you and we can assure you that we will make your home cheerful and bright at a small cost. 'Eery time mother ccts out Calu ford, visited her parents, here this met I know there's going to be good things to cat at our house. Delicious, tender, tempting, doughnuts, biscuits, cakes and pies! I've no er seen a bake-da- y failure with Calumet. Mother says it's the only Making Powder that .insures uniform results. -mii Young. John Spires, of Stanford, usIW WRIGLEYSw his son, Burton Spires and his daughter, Mrs. Genie Hutchison Saturday Kl mill Sunday. "" PERFECT GUM riilU fr Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hall visitcil zzssa&syjrjjzjxtjz&r their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. MaiPulas'd ling, nenr old Buncombe, county, Saturday and Sunday. ,1 Xtra n 'Pnm f(i mnt fl Mil 1UIII 11I. tUill lUIA, lllllll nun children, of Jessup, Ind., have been here several days visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carrier and other relatives. Miss Fnnnie Young, nfter attending a term of school at the State Normal at Richmond and then spending two weeks visiting her old schooln mate, Mrs. RifTe Kcarns near and also the family of Rev. John R. Howes at Mt. Olivet. Robertson countv. has returned home. Rev. J. M. Long and Mrs. Marshall, who have been quite ill for some davs are improving. I'll:- lUi-Mesdames C. M. Young and J. M icmwtno gumf r? Cook nre both somewhat improved. "VRAPPS9 Uncle Willis Padgett was the guest IN of T. J. Bur!eon this week. Rural Carrier Our Wn'nesburg Roscoe Wheeldon has hnd nbout five miles or more added to his route nenr here. He now leaves the pike at Wright's store, going out the ridge to 733 Buck Creek, where Wheeldon's mill is, then back up another ridge striking the pike at the Hutchison school house thus leaving out about of a mile of pike he formerly traveled, causing some five or six families to move their mail boxes to PATRIOTISM BEFORE BUSINESS K F Young's store where the X.nn-forMUST LIVE WITHIN INCOME Patriotism was put before business inCow tics must live within their carrier strikes the pike or to the disti'-ler- s comes in future. The Court of Ap- by E. II Taylor, Jr., & Sons, Frank-.for- t, school house The exchange of mail of Old Taylor whisky at peals in an opinion by Judge Carroll between the two earm rs was cut out who decided to close their sea- for a few days but we nre glad to ip the case of the Nelson 1ms m1 28, notwithApril Court against Less McC'rockLn, wi,i-e- a son's marufacture E. II. Taylor, iy they have been Jr , change mails again asordered to exformerly the recorj clea.i in the in'.cv mu- standing, a3 Col. have more orders than tation of Section 157 of the Consti- said, that they they could fill in the remaining two tution, and held flatly that, the secmonths of the rgular distilling seation means just what it says, the said he is of a county in a year son. Col. Taylor the call of doing this shall not exceed its income, and ov- in response to conservation President of gram erruled previous opinions, under i Wilson for the for food purposes. which counties had been disregarding in" their computet' n- - f.ed ' Let the I. J. supply you with en- cl.aigis. l.'ti salaries and the maintegraved cards. nance of public buildings. 1 V Cyn-thian- week. Mrs. P. D. Green, of Wayncsburg. spent n few days with the family of J. N, Green. Mr. Collie, of Virginia, and Mr. Miillins, of Pulaski, were the guests of Nathan Hall last weoK. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walls, of Ludlow, visited his mother, Mrs. W. O. ytT lil ill Hi'ttiMt Awardt, Paints, Mouldings, Windshields Lead, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes There is nothing more cheering than a beautiful home. It makes the wife happy) it gladdens the hearts of the children) it pleases the eye of I In-- visitor end circs general satisfaction to all. Ws are experts in painting, papering and general decorating. We carry Wall Paper from all the leading manufacturers In this country. Large assortment of the Dirge Papers the best made. We also carry the Thomas Strahan Tapestry. We are sole agents In Danville for Lowe Druthers' High Standard Liquid Paints. Coomer & Nave PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY THIRD STREET DANVILLE, KY. Cheap and b g can Diking Puxvdersdanut jjve you r.iuncy. Calumi-- t docs It'spuie -J far (superior la sour milk and soda. n- Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality TO VOTERS OF WAYNESDURG CAen t after every meal ! three-quarte- rs d VOLTAIRE 55140 Farmers don't you think right now is the dest time to raise draft horses; The price was never higher than now, and our supply of work horses is at the lowest point it has been for years. There are not more than half as many brood marcs in the county now as there were five years ago. You can nee that we are facing a horse famine. What are you going to do s about it? Autos and are all right but you can't farm with thcra. You can't raise colts from your mules. It looks like the most thing to do sensible and business-lik- e is to raise some good draft colts before your old brood mares are gone. 1 oirer for public service the champion draft stallion, Voltaire. He has proven himself to be one of the best breeders this county has ever known. He will make the season at my place on the Danville pike, one mile from Stanford at $10 to insure a living colt; season due when rolt is foaled or mare parted with. Will not be responsible for uccidents should any occur. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 By Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavino 179C by Hex McDonald. First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel Ii3 by Black Squirrel. I don't suppose there is a better in Kentucky than Kenbr).'d horse tucky Gentleman. He has been one most successful horses in the of the show ring that this countv has produced in years. Ho is just the right size for a saddle horso and his first colts which are four years old now are showing the saddle gaits nicely. The auto has put the light driving horse out of business to a certain extent, but jou don't have any trouble in selling a saddle horse. I am golntr to offer tho services of this great horse ut the extremely low price of $15 to Insure. I am civ-ip- g you for $15 what most men would charge from $25 to $40 for. Do you appreciate it? If bo send your best mares to tho court of Ken tucky Gentleman and let him get you h nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky, auto-truck- iKSE fiS?i v itai- 7 x2Mgl Mm4 s's MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At the request of many of my influential friends I herewith announce my candidacy for magistrate for this district in tlie Democratic primary, August 1017. Now if elected to this important ollice my constant aim shall be to serve the people of the South End, whom I represent and and never will I fail in my duty to my constituonts 111 order to accomodate any ofiVinl or office seeker. The management of the road funds nnd manner of apply i0g same being in the hands of the fiscal court, I herewith state m Mews and pledge myself to vote and use my influence at nil times, if ihcted according to the following: First I am strictly against any Roail Engineer I believe the snlarv paid to such officer, together with nmount spent for gasoline bills, nnd large sums paid annually for new trucks, salary for chauffeur, etc., should be applied to the improvement of roads; farmers and laborers in magisterial district given first chance to do such work. Each magistrate to oiersee said work in his repective distriLt. I believe Second the road tax should be distributed to each magisterial district in proportion to amount Terms Easy A trip through different sections of the State of Mismssippi nrd an ohcration of agricultural ("millions there has ronwnccd me that it is the place nt the present tune to secure the best land nlues at the lowest price- s- from $Ti to $50 per acre, mine of them near n cit, with six trunk line railroads, nnd as largo as Lexington, Kentucky, where lands are selling at $30(1 per acre by those seeking homes or investments In good fanning lamb. Believing that It would bo of mutual ndvanUKc and profit to those seekirig homes or investment in farming lands, at lower prices than nre possible in this seition of Kentucky, where lnnd alue.s have advanced beyond the reach of the-- farmer o" moderate means, I have associated myself with several responaible gentlemen in the state of Miaaisaippi and am in position to offer some tr attractive propositions to thofe seeking investments of this character, on easy terms, aided by the "rederal Furm Loan Act." These lands, due to the short winter season, and long grazing periods are especially adapted to ltock rawing anil diversified farming; .ire well located as to churches, schools, shipptn gioinU and markets; nre situated on improved highvns nnd nro well watered, either by streams or artesian wells. Almost every character and kind of crop that can be raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Missiasippi. s Cheap railroad rates for enn be obtained by those desiring to look the situation over. I shall bo pleased to give nny one who is sufficiently interested, that further information to will call to see me or write to me at Stanford. HARVEY HELM. home-seeker- Have a Bottle Handy! dBJIBjBFsSi ? MENROE v.iJi v.I'ich it banishes tlie pains of This good stallion will make the sea-so- n "..cur-c- t sm, neuralgia, gout, lumbago. and muiclci, bruiici, of 1917 at the home of Eli Estes, 3," if iff Cleaner, and easier iprains than to uie .ta!ii. two miles southwest of Eubank on --i"tiy plasters or ointments. It penetrates the Fishing Creek and Eubank road ind relieve quickly uittiwut rubbing, At u'l druggists, ?oc. 50c. and 51.00. ' at $10 to insure a colt ten days old. la horse i3 so well known that it This is useless to describe him. Eli Estes n u & sssbb i in i. 1 and Daniel Newsom. y oil of them good ones. They in ages from coming two to years. You should sec them you breed. Will stand them " ro" edies in thousands of medi- .'no closets. Confidence in it is wei on the uniform effectiveness Liniment is assigned its ln's among the trusted family ice . and one ijrey; range seven before all at $G to insure a colt four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible h"hould nny occur. Parties with mare or breeding her to other animals forfeit insurance and makes season money due.ELI ESTES, 30-Eubank, Ky. Three cf them blac': Four Good Jacks im .81J..LU&111 :VsfrYM.'J7JWZtWb?r.M fi T j 4,rvH4. t i. TJI 1 i? ftii WMirfwBIF SAUFLEY Ilnwllnir filled bis regular nn- pointment Saturday night und Sun- uav at L,ogan 8 itcck cnurcn. Mrs. J. M. Ware is on the sick list we are sorry to know. Mrs. Susie Adams and Mrs. Snllic ........ .. t. ai.i-!- .i rr.....'- daughter, Mrs. Tyler Messer one day Rv. :.!:. SIR RAY ft This splendid Percheron stallion will make the season of 1917 at the barn of Fred Jesswine, on the Crab Orchard and Ottcnhcim road, every day except Saturday, on which day he will be at the barn of R. II. in tho town of Crab Orchard. This horso will serve .mures this sea- -' son at $10 to insure a living colt. Como and see him. He will have to be seen to be appreciated. He is u PAINTING splendid individual, a great breeder. duo when mure is sold or TfousM, Carriages, Auto painting and Season trimming such as recovering tops, traded. niuking curtains, putting celluloid In FRED JESSWINE, Crab Orchard, curtains, etc. Paper hanging a specis, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. alty. Repairing guns, locks, clocks, graphophones, sewing The indications unTthal thT 1917 machines, etc. yield of sugar from Cuba will be .1. J. BELDEN about 3,000,000 tons. ' fihops 200 West Main street. Phono The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. 239. Stanford. Kentucky. Bro-naug- h, type-writer- this week. Rev. Childress filled Jus regular . e....-.i..- .. ! t..ut .JUM- Ct... OUlUIIlUy lUKI", MJII'UHIWIIl'Ub dav and Sunday night at Fair View ihurch. was the Miss Elizabeth Lovell iiiinui if i 11001:3 Ciiwnlt ii M il Tiinnin Kiicab ui Hfisunu gui uti Itiiiu ulihiiv Atttffc Ws m ikifkiiini una ncviva jtuiinuii uuv uvuiuuk 41. mmrsM? uc hh jmniiy, iir. jhave on aim possesion01 Lfiurim, Mich., taken of their ui.n-iiuar niuywuun. of taxes. Third In regard to dirt roads. I would not work for 00c per day, neither .vould I work my team for $2.00. hut I am in favor of ami will vote to allow each man $1.00 ner day and man and his team $U.0O for a full day's work, same to be applied on taxes, if such laborer pays tax. and those who arc under 'Jl years of age and pnv no tax who work said roads should have the same pay $1.00 per day. Fourth If I understand the law money, n in regard to the state-aicounty nccepting this must put up even dollars for all it receives, the state furnishing an expert on salary to say vhere money is to be spent, said expense to be paid by county. If the above is correct I urn not in state-aid- . All favor of receiving cases coming before me, if elected, shall be tried in the precinct in which they originate, Waynesburg, King's Mountain and Highlind Fifth I also pledge myself not to, nt any time or under any circumstance vote, as a member of the fiscal court to increase the salary of any count vofficer. If the people of the South End want a man who will stand for their interest and their's alone, then give me trial by supporting me in tho August piimury. And if any one in Lincoln countv who thinks that present system of road repairing does not need revising visit the South End and see what a deplorable condition our pikes und county roads nre in. l' All M &4. a.i.i44. 11 d THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION Or A TEW TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND TOR SALE: Tract No. 1 2300 ncre stock farm. 9 miles from .Tackson, Capital d under cultivation, balance of the State, on Q. & C, Ky., timber and pasture Innds, 10 tenant houses, mostly fenced, located recently voted bonds for pikes, which will be in county that has constructed very close to this tract. Price $12.50 per ncre. No. 2. C21 acres, 3 miles from county seat of 0,000 InhnbitanU on a good gravel road, large portion under cultivation, balance is splendid pasture land, watered by creeks and ponds, nice dwelling with modern improvements nnd number of tenant houses. Price jfi.Ar.M-t- . $30.00 per acre. No. 3 1075 acres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under cultivation, balnnce fine pasturage, running springs, large dwelling but in need of repair, with probability of piko passing immediately in front of it. Price $1C.OO per acre. No. 4. 123C acres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, large barn, 10 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one-ha- lf undulating, all except CO acres under mile from gravel road, cultivation. Price $20.00 per ncre. No. 5. 1,000 acres, on Q. & C. Ky., 3 miles from shipping point, halfway between ackson nnd Vicksburg, two of the largest cities in State, '100 acres under cultivation, balance pasture and timber. Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Price $20.00 vcr acre. one-thir- w gccccHtMpl Ross Metal ilo In-de-str-uc-to f that fills n long felt want Kesults obtained from the use of .Metal Silo nro far beyond expectations. Silago contains by far a larger percentage of food vnlue, moro uniform preservation, tasto and color, naturally far more productive in results. The Most Permanent Silo because it Thu Silo 11 WELL NAMED "What's your dog's nume, sonny?" "Ginger "Does Gir.ger bite?" Nawl Ginger snaps." Can't Blow Down, Buckle, Twist or Collapse Kcslsts firo to tho fullest extent and is storm proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can bo increased in height at any time. Spccinl Metul is warranted not to bo effected by acid in silage or climatic conditions. The users of Metal Silos aro our references. Any question of tho durability of metal silos has been completely answeied by their continued uso without defects of nny kind. Tho Kansas Experiment Station pub- libh in their Kcport No. 120 the fact thnt they have metal silos which have been in use since 1003 und that same aro as good as when first erected. Thoso who desire to erect a Silo from tho standpoint of permanency and 00',. food value preservation should see me before purchasing and examine my silo and slluge. Sold by lit Ask Stop Rheumatism it by keeping your blood clean. Tho kidneys filter ubout COO grains of uric acid and other salts from tho blood every 24 hours. When there is mora than tho kidneys can remove, it is deposited in muscles and joints, and painful rheu-rna- ti m follows. P. S. S.. for CO years tho most el.'lcknt cf ell blood tonics, will keep tho blocd pura and pi event disease At your druggists. You can do SW1IT bl'ECIF.C CO. ATLANTA, GA. Bsforo Ii Takes Hold J. O. Newland, Stanford. Ky. Also Agent for Ross Wood Silos Grandfather He'll Tell You S.5.S.WB18tep lisease and Ross Silo Fillers. The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. '? s Jjvr "v V V i . r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 27, 1917 m Page Three 3 Siildrn Cry for KKWNSS FUtchtr't .H Dtar Mr. Editor For moro than a year I suffered with misery in tho back, dull headache, pain in tho limbs, was somen lint constipated nnd slept poorlv at night until I was nbout ready to collapse. Booing an account of the wonB B M SS BBV w5 derful qualities of "Amnio," prepared by Doctor Fierce, of Ilulmlo, N. v., T fort for n liox, nnd before using the whole box I felt nnd still tcel improved. , Ihc Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been My sleep Is refreshing, misery reduced, In use for over over 30 years, has borne tho stgnnturo of and life is not Ihu drag it was before. 1 - nnd has been made under his per- most cheerfully recommend this remedy ' lives. likp ailments. sonal supervision since Its infancy. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I). Ilastln were In to sufferers from C W. A. KonEUTS. Yours truly, Allow n0 one t0 deceive you In this. Stanford .Monday nnd were guests of Mrs. Willinm JU1 Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " their granddaughter, " nre but Dunn way. N'ote : You've, all undoubtedly board Uxpcrhuenm that trifle with nnd endancer the health of Mrs. II I). Hfntt is visiting her sis- o( tho famous; Dr. I'iorco nnd his well-- . Infants and Children Experience njinlnst Experiment. ( fierkey. of Orcon Riv- known medicines. ter, Mrs. C. Well, this prescriper section for n few dnys. tion is ono that hai been successfully anil Mrs. Iltirton Spires nre used for many years by tho physicians Mr. over the nnd specialists of Dr. Ficrco's Invalids' receiving congratulation Castoiia is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PnrcRorlc, arrival of another beautiful little Hotel nnd Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, Drops utij Southing Syrupe. It Is pleasant. It contains lituvliter in their, home. Tho little N Y., for kidney complaints, and disndtlcr Opirm, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ito Indv 1ms been namejl OmVlin Owen? eases arising from diirders of tho I .rj4"t For more than thirty yeare It has , flf if .1. M. Hiatt and ('. I), lioone nre kidney nnd bladder, such ns backache, u., for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, been ' nt home from Detroit to put in r weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, of tho kidneys, .'nllamination crop. They snv thnt they like tho .Wind J d Diarrhoea; nllaylnfj Fcverlshness arising farm work much better than nutomo-bll- of tho bladder, Ecalding urine, and tlierefton , . nd by rcguinunp; the Stomach and Bowels, aids factory. urinary troubles. the asBiiiiilntii.n of Food; Riving healthy nnd natural tlctp. Up to tint time, "Anuric" has not Clara Wnrfield nnd ( lmrlie Mis The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Ilrown were pleasant guests of Mis.- - hem on salu to tho public, but by tho .Inaio Wnrfield. wrstiasioii oi ninny patients nnu mo llov. Masters filled his regular ap U ncreaed demand for this wonderful pointment at ML Moriuh last Satur lualiiig Tablet, Dr. Pierce has finally day niuht. Sunday ami feuntiny nipnt decided to put it Into the drug stores Ho will nlso r.rencn on inese ni;rn;s of this country within immediate reach this week. Everybody Is invited to of all sufferers. I know of ono or two leading drug-Kit- s come nnd henr a good sermon. in town who have managed to Mr. and Mrs. .John Spires, of Stanford, wore tho guests of their procure a supply of "Anuric" for their son nnd daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bur-to- n anxious customers in and around this If not obtainable send ono locality Spires for a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jean Hutchison were dime by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial Hur-to- n package or 60 cents for full treatment. pleasant visitors of Mr.nnd Mrs. Eihtok Please insert this letter in Spires on Sunday last. Mrs. Moggie Horry nnd son. Fonzo :uio conspicuous place iu your paper. wore in Stanford last Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Hiatt nnd pretty niece. FACTS ABOUT OUR You ENTRANCE INTO WAR Miss Man A. lioone were in StanThe United States is the eleventh ford Saturday, and were the guests TMI QMTAUWOOMAMV,MTWVOMK OITV, nation to enter tho fight i,;uinst of Mrs. William Dunawav. Mr. Jim Flnnnery nnd family snent Gcrmnny. We nre the fifteenth nation in the Saturday night and Sunday with their Royal Flying Corp Tho llntUh Winchester probably will bo tho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flannery wnr. Mondny established a new record by new headquarterx for the Second America entered the fight on the Mr. nnd Mrs. J D. Unstin received bringing down forty (Jorman air- Kentucky Regiment, which however, the sad nous of the death of their Inst day of the 154th week of the planes. Tho fights took place 1 5,000 will likely be moved back to Lexing-to- n Ilara-boMr. J. E. liner, of war. foot in tho air nftor the war All of our wars have been doc'arod Wis. in April, except tho War of 1S12, which started in June. HAVE YOU A BAD BACK? This is the seventh war of the If You Hae. The Statement of Thif United States. It is nineteen yean this month Stanford Resident Will Interest incc we declared wnr upon Spain You Rrcord 2)20 Trial 2:1-1- . II. If Mile Track This is the first war in which Trottcrt Mahogany Day, 15.3 Ilandi; Sire of Seventeen in the Lilt. Doesl your back ache, night and America and England will fight on jL . jC&?z, varvr. cCuK tf arc quite busy getting their crops In, house-wive- s nnd tho nre busy house cleaning. Wlllinm Oerkey nnd Miss Hertha Rogers surprised their many friends by getting married last Sunday. Mls lingers is the attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John lingers, formerly of Highland, but now of Danville nnd Mr, Gerkev is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe (icrkey, of this section. Mr Oerkey Is a prosperous young farmer nntl nlso Sunday School superinSundnv Moriah tendent of Mt. School. Their many friends wish happy nnd prosperous thorn long, MT. MORI AH Tho farmers In this section Misery in Back, Headache and Pain in Limbs. i Every Farmer Owes it to his country to plant every inch of ground he can possibly handle. All food products and feed products are bound to be high next year and, besides doing a patriotic duty, he will also fatten his pocketbook. Let every inch of ground do something and raise all the meat products possible. Wherever you buy seed buy the best, as you will find that "CHEAP" seed is dear at any price. Let's all pull together for a bumper crop and show the balance of the country that Old Kentucky can grow as large and diversified crops as any state in the Union. Just-as-Ro- i What is CASTORIA c i I e GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Cjduz v?X JeucUM. In Use For Over 30 Years. Have Always Bought The Kind son-in-ln- o, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" Wiltondale 39162 3-- 4 Sired hy Ahdell 2:23 (sire of 50), ho by Advertiser '2:15 (sire (siro of 1(10.) of 30.) he hy Electioneer 2:13 Dam "Mantua Maker." (dam of 11), by Kcd Wilkes (sire of 170) he by fioorgo Wilkes (siro of 83.) In offering Wiltondale for public service bis superior as nn individual and in breeding has never before been offered in this section. Ho is absolutely sound, a fast nice horse, a champion show horse, having licon shown 'J7 times, winning 'J 5 blue nhbons. lie is a great breeder and n sure foal getter. His colts are good looking individuals with speed, style and durability. He will make the season of 1917 at my stable, six miles from three miles from Hryantsville, near the Lexington piku on tho Rout lane below the Fork church, at Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Seaton i $20.00 to Insure Paid. Ijin-raste- r, ROBERT R. FOX, Star Route, Lancaster, Ky. FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp dav: Hinder work: destroy your rest? Does it stab yen through and through When you stoop or lift or bend? Then your kidneys may be weak. Often backache is tho clue Just to give you further proof. The kidney action mny be wrong. If attention is not paid More distress will soon appear. Headaches, dizzy spells and nerves. Uric acid nnd its ills Make the burden worse and won:. Liniments and plasters can't Reach the inward cause at nil: Help tho kidneys use the pills Stanford folks have tried anil proved What they say you can believe. Rend this Stanford man's account. See him. ask him, if you doubt. Morshon, Lancaster St W II. Stanford, says: "I sulTored from attacks of kidney trouble. Mv back was sore and lame and ached dreadfully. It was misery for me to do nny stunning or lifting. My sight blurred nnd black spots came before my eyes, Dirzv spells came over mo suddenly nnd 1 staggered like a drunken mnn. The notion of my kidneys wn too free most of tho time, also Doan's Kidney Pills procured from The Lincoln Pharmacy went right to the snot, relieving tho backache nnd regulating the action of my kidneys." Pri"e 500. at nil dealers. Don't vmplv ask for a kidney remedy fpt Doan's Kidney Pills the same that . the tame side. days nftor War followed sixty-fou- r G rmanv's note breaking her pledges to the united states. eight "Great PowThe ers" are now all at war. This will be our first war ngainst a combination of countries. The first, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh strongest navies are ranged against Germany. The German navy stands second and the Austrian eighth. The United States brings in people against the central empires. 112,-000,0- j(f7fcuulii7M WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phones S. 335 & 336 Covington, Ky. 1 8-2- 0 Pike Street W. Seventh Street 19-2- 1 NOTICE TO SICK WOMEN Positive Proof That Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Relieves Suffering. Bridgcton.N.J. "I cannot fpeak too highly of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound for inflammation and other weaknesses. 1 was very irregular and would havo pains so that I could hardly take a step. Sometimes I would bo so miserable that I could not sweep a room. I doctored part of tho timo but folt no change. I Inter took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound nnd soon felt a chango for tho better. I took it until I was in good healthy conditirn. 1 recommend tho Pinkham remedies to all women as I havo used them with such good results." Mrs. MilkokdT. Cum- MlNfis, 322 Harmony St., Penn's Grove, ter-rib- lo Mr Morshon had. Fostcr-Milbur- n On., E. T. Pence, Jr, Prnps., ICutTnlo. X Y. 31-- 1 Stanford THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford Service for the owners of Ford cars is a fact courteous, prompt, elllcient. Service which covers tho entire country, almost as u blanket, to the end that Ford cars uro kept in use every day. Dnvo where you will, there's a Ford Agent nearby to look nfter your Ford car. "Tho Universal Cor" bring you universal bervice. Hotter buy yours Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Coupelet $505 Town Car $595, Sedan $G45 all f. o. b. Detroit. We iolicit your order H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents Htutonville, Ky, ff" position. Mrs. August Rartels has returned from sunny Florida, whore she has been visitiiiL' relatives. She spent tho greater portion of tho winter there and had n most delightful vncaUon. Mr. John 11. Hutch ns has aliout completed a nice new residence at tho old tireon plnre. Mr. antl Mrs. J M. Cress visited her father. Mr. J. J. Smith, nt Hiatt Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Cress wont Xv. J. over to Danville last week to look nt Such testimony should bo accepted a fann which they nro contemplating all women as convincing evidence by of purchasing. Pinklmm'j Mr. David Hurge nnd wife, who the excellence of Lydia E. remedy for Vegetable Compound lived here some two venrs ago, nnd tho distressing ills of as n women such as moved to Decatur. Illinois, have re- displacements, inflammation, ulceration, turned nnd nro living on Mr. nnd backache, painful periods, nervousness Mr. (Joonro Logan's place, and kindred uilments. Mrs. J, J. Thomnson is nt Stanford infirmary E. J. Ilrown's in Dr THE CHURCH POPULATION where she Is being prenaredto stnnd Of the moro than 100,000,000 the severe onlenl of n serious operation which Is to soon tnke people in the United States n few plnoo in Louisville. Vc hone to hear moro than 40,000,000 are members of her speedy recovery nt nn early of churches, nccording to figures predate and the return to the homes of pared by Dr. II. K. Carroll, religious nro probably her devoted children nnd friends. statistician. Thero Hotter friends nnd peii'hbors than others, children, etc., who arc attendth's good lady uro mighty hard to ants at churches, but whoso names nro not on tho rolls, consequently it find of Rowland, is probable that half of our populaMrs. Mary ilt d her irnnddnnchter, Mrs. F. L. tion attend churches. encouraging. Tho Increase is very Thomnson Inst wo"V s, Mrs. Cnrrio WrMit of Idinnn. In 19Ki, thero wero 717,000 or 201,000 in excess of l'Jl.Vs visited her sister, Mrs. F. L. ThompIn 19D!, increase. Of this increase son. 220.000 wero in tho Catholic church, SI while over 500,000 wero In tho ProtJOHNNY AND estant denominations. Next to tho Hot tho wr ilmim oiling! gain of tho Catholics, tho 220.000 Hear tho bii"lo b'nwl ntiovo mentioned- - cumo the MethJohnny e'onn hi ride, odists, with 130,000. the Ilnptists Slhs plies his ho. closely behind with 132,000. tho Presbyterians with 7'J.OOO, nnd so on. Sco the nrm'os rnircht"i' n wrench; Tho leading denominations, each fllvo tll n t""mw Qpmn nro I" having moro than 1,000.000 members, according to this same authorouch. Some nr" In h ity, aro grouped as follows according to membershiu. Catholic, 14,330.370; - wvl gnw M1-Methodist. 7,608,281; Ibiptist. 0,. !" C34.132: Lutheran. 2.454.334; PresTfthnm' vlti ti' . Ex. byterian, 2,171,001: Diciples, 1,337,-45wln M. Protestant Episcopal, The. Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. sur-t'ic- al nddi-tion- PREACHERSV1 LLE Mr Fdgar HoItTclnw has returned to Hamilton, O., where he hns a good A sure 2:05 Pacer Trial 2:12 Trotter, chestnut stallion, foaled 1008. Bred by C. T. Worthington Danville, Kentucky. Jay Bird 5060 Sire of144, dams of 95. Allerton 5128 Record 2:09 4 Sire of 9 in 2:10, Cuttie Wilkes By Mambrino Boy dams of 3 in 2:10. 844. A great brood Locanda 30312 ' mare. Record 2:02 Locanda Sire of Ed Alcyone 732, 2:27 Or(3) 2:12 biro phan Roy (3) 2:19 Kathrina 5, including Katio of 59, dams of 70 Dam of Jackton 2:25 and I.ocandn's By Almont 33. Locanda 2:02, Juncro Daughter 2:24 Mnrtintlnlc 2:10 etc. Champion race Indell 2:20 rPalchen Wilkrt 3550 2:19 stallion of 1904-5- . Hildreth2:20 -1 Reeord 2:29 4 Sire of 08, dams of Joe Patchcn 30239 .... 37. Sire of Patchcn Record 2:01 4 Maid 2:08 Joe Sire of Dan Patch Patchen 2:01 1 :55, Star Patchen Jotepliine Young By Joe Young 2530. 2:04 4 nnd 4 others Tuah Worth. Vol 18.. in 2:10, dam of Red-for- d Dam of 2. Record 2.19 2 Belle 2:00 rGambetta Willed 4659 Siro of 23 in 2:10, Lottie Loraine dams of 7 in 2:10. Record 2:05 4 Dam of Marv Worth Tuah Worth Lady Yeiicr 2:17 By Gurrnrd Chief 2:19 2253. Dam of 4 trot-tor7 pacers, 3 sires; grandojn of 12. .by Vermont 101, (Gill's) 4th dnm Jewell Dam of 2 in 'j':30"i"3"sircs of 202! Orphan Boy 2:19 Locanda 30312, rec. 2:02, siro of Ed Locanda 2:12 His dam, Katrinu, also produced Locnndn's Daughter 2:24 nnd Hildreth Indell 2:22 Martinsdalo 2:19 Junero 2:10 produced The next dnm, Katio Jackson, record 2:25 2:20 etc. Tho next dam, Fanny, Alcymont, siro of William Mac 2:05 (dnm of Lord Sultan 2:10 also produced Nelly O'Neil 2:22 nnd Wilkes O'Neill Dutchess O'Neill 2:12 Commutation 2:11 and 2 successful sires. 2:24 3-3-3-- 4 14, 3-- 4, 2, 2, 13-4, 4. 3-2. 3-2. 2. s, 3-1, 4. 3-- 4, 1. 3-- 4, 2, 4. 2, 1. 1, Worth 55613 J. A. VEATCH & CO. Rural Route No. 2 Harrodiburg, Ky. your nervous system is your digestion weakened, your blood impoverished. AFTER AMY SICKNESS shattered; your strength is wasted; 5COIT5 EMULSION to nourish your ... ussue, improve youx- UlJ uiuwpuww, tne sharpen your appetite and gradually is i the rich ht .- .1 wasiea tonic-foo- d nerve-center- s, repair (lr S-l- ..! 0; your strength. Get SCOTT'S for yourself, or remind tome aUiag friend that SCOTTS has proven these words for Look for thU Trade-Matthousands of others. h KJ. " !- - ' tf ' si Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Jtnrn.il E. Inttrri ' Friday, April 27, 1917 C Walton and J. at ! H. Wright tafimn4 rh - fMfl at Kttnftri, Kf., aj mtfr. A Prosperous For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff Community l i - PROSPEROUS community ii the result of a great many people in the location being pro, perout. If every farmer and salaried man or woman would place in the Bank a part of their incomes, and if every wage earner would deposit a part of hit wages, prosperity for this vicinity would be assured. No financial difficulties could come that would injure the local credit. The Dank it the best place for money) because it is organized and equipped for the safekeeping of money. A For County Judge M. V. NORTn. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. V. S. nURCII For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer M. S. HAUOHMAN. W. S. DRYE. H. LIVINGSTON. W. H. HANSFORD T. J. HILL. JR. INTEREST PAID ON CERTIFI-CATE- S OF DEPOSIT v For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. For Magistrate Wnynesburg District E. ALLEN. Speaker Champ v. Ir k. who seems to take n certain pride in opposing the plans of the president but nearly always gets the worst of it, made a speech ngainst the selective draft proposition of the chief of the armies nnd navies of the country, putting up the demngogic plea that he was for the flower and youth of this country to volunteer before fastening the disgrace of a draft upon them. There is no disgrace in the draft. It is tho fairest nnd best way to raise an army nnd the only way that slackers can be mnde to do their duty. The Interior Journnl ventures to predict thnt the President's plans will carry by n good majority nnd thnt Champ will be left again ns he was when he fought the proposition to exclude coast wide vessels from the free use of the Panama canal. The worst feature of the matter is that opposition to the president's plans shows a divided state of public opinion now when it should be the desire of every man to show the Central Powers that this country is practically as one man in everything pertaining to the common defense. N. CASH JOHN C. I'EPPLES. For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Alienor W. A. CARSON. OEORGE F. DEDORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER J. Raney, piano, Cnlhvrinc Gregory, e Frances Cnlvcrt violin, Hnughmnn. render nnd snxn nls hnt nnd thnnks phone he tip ench nnd nil of them for Riving to Stnnfnrd people one of tno cleverest nnd most cnjoynblo entertainments presented In this city. With the rest of those who were fortunntc enough to be present, ho hopes they will repent tho program some dnv nnd thnt thnt dny will not be fnr off. The Interior Journnl regreU thnt Stanford people did not respond more liberally to the Womnn's Club fund, started by this paper just after fire In which the the court-hous- e Club's effects were consumed The cause Is n most laudable one, and ono to which nil ought to Imve donated something. Hut the I. J. believes thnt it has done its best toward the enterprise to which it feels so friendly nr.d so Is trying to accomplish which much for the betterment of Stanford, and on Saturday will turn over to the treasurer or the l lun me money it has collected. If there be those who have deferred through neglect or procrastination giving, this paper will be glad indeed to acknowledge receipt of their gifts In Tuesdny's issue. It is never too late to do good. At the last moment be n factor in helping reimburse the good women for their loss, which was such'on un-- j fortunate one. Hen-tric- dono themselves proud nnd those who Attended n kindness. To those who took part Misses Mnry Moore "All I. M lit. Royal Tailored Man" (u.tim (bthel maltfi. Ai I the world loves a Tt.il itore It the rfficial total U tR ITaiMinr IMbrm Amrrxa't srtatcit uU the ten OCR lite votin e Amtrkan ii s I lu It man cf initiative. .. t o n tsc trai.tr He wsntt Ii i tl'll.d till- tinclite in J characterful Intrrpirl til iichiionitl:titabi nJ diKtrnriHnt. ity bGuaatatMdtt QtrmuiBot tktMdAlt hiwij siserr viukyoaaot -UucrctkMsX ' fjl Tut ii And prkjf nJ koiljlnomrf Ky tti )ouit K man rniJt Iniult (tares. en batrieri that hate ttU In th' war o( maJto cr Jtr clothet. Royal Settice tin alt' ti. Ryal TaiUte.1 Srvles hat ihattcred the Mh cott at piic-- a that yoj The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company Under same Management as Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky REMEMBER! YOU CAN BUY President Wilson will give up the golf links for the gnrden hoc nnd work vegetables insead of knocking balls around. Good. It always did look silly to us to see grown men playing golf when the same exertion given to producing something of vnlue would be so much more For the President to piny golf now would seem ns heartless as Nero fiddling while Rome burned. The Winchester Democrat, transto n formed from a daily, is a most creditable paper. Its quarto, first issue is n well filled with news nnd well-se- t It has Associated advertisements. Press service, which is a big feather in its cap. Editor Charles II. Nelson is to be congratulated on his progressive move. George Kiser, who married a pretty Stanford girl, is hi chief assistant, nnd n good one he is. semi-weekl- y News conw fiuiu Wiulilimtun Urn I (unJamcntatljr, ,l)!ri fUUI.X .!. eVmanJ naJe-to-orJ- ol'ttt Hfh7 clothe. lou cannot rrt tkat - fiesre moutJeJ murr.ril In your tlochet cl the prrvnt dar lathi, m untnt your are cut to a blue prut if )eur farments the utmott in all purs ocl fuium maJe t'r-meat JIVin, fll anj lironteit latnlaction itiurj In the fuarantte tiil.jriflf buuneii. Remember f0ba(cvl by th JO 2S M t0 W9Ai '..U-Mr- J jgftgfeia McRoberts & Bailey Ladies' Pumps The season's most attractive offerings, in dull kid, patent leather and white canvas. Gasoline 27c Per Gallon -- Slato of Ohio. City of Toledo. I.ucas County, s. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of I J. Chrno & Co., doing liuriuess In thi City of Toledo. County ami State aforesaid, nnd thnt snld firm mil pay the sum of ONK HUNDUED DOLI.AIIS for 'each and every case of Catirrh that cannot lw cured ty the use of HALL'S CATAItltll The writer of these paragraphs is THANK CHENEY. not enough musician to criticize a MEDICINE.before me andJ suhxrlbed In Sworn to musical enterainment, but ho knows my this th day of Deremiier, what he likes and he wants to say A. D. 1WC A. V. OI.EASON. Ecnl) Notary Public. right here and now thnt he liked the Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken InSpring Recital given by the several ternally and acta through the Ulood on musical clubs of Stanford nt tho op- the Mucous Surface of the System. Send era house Wednesday evening. It for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. was a rare treat and those responsiPold by nil druggists. Tic. ble for it should feel that they have Hall's Tamlly IMIls for constipation pres-nce- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky at- 45 Cents FOR BUTTER FAT THIS WEEK! WILL NOT GO BACK TO THE CHURN AS LONG AS SELL CREAM TO I The Lincoln Pharmacy Until Further Notice CAN The Tri-Stat- e SAYS Butter Co., Cincinnati, MRS. CHRIS SCHNITZLER. T J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. McCLARY f ii It won't be year until the 6th of June since we went into the cream business. We only milk six cows and have sold $288 worth of cream. I would not go back to tho old time churn as long as I can sell cream to the BUTTER COMPANY. I just love to send out cream to the and it saves the hard labor on a woman of working butter in the summer. TRI-STAT- E TRI-STAT- f- J J3w l'i MI HXI M , ft - -- !&' Undertaker jjgB$JfP - EniWr mm Office Thone 167 WSmi Home Phone 5 Try Selling Your Cream to THE TRI-STAT- E BUTTER CO CINCINNATI, O. 'Undertaker .. Embalmer . STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock $75,000 Tri-Sta- Phone 42, Stanford. Ky We are buying cream direct from over 20,000 farmers. No commission agents or station men takes a profit off your cream. Ask any patron what they think of us, or write for free trial cans. , 'touHsn .' ik Fishing l Is Fine! 0 Large Stock of Fishing Tackle On Hand The. Fair Store Crab Orchard, Ky. is V V. the place to come to do your Spring trading. line of We carry -- n big t CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ' Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. J We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Qent's Furnishing Goods. Rods,Reels, Lines, Hooks and Sinkers Call and Inspect Our Line We sell the best goods at 25 less than any other place. It will pay you to give ut a trial and be convinced. We have received a beautiful line of Ladies' Men's and Children's Low Shoes) also a full line of Ladies' Skirts and Waists in the latest Spring and Summer styles. The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Proprietor Telephone No. 2 Stanford, Kentucky H. Shprintz Tatem Duilding Crab Orchard, Ky. We Take Your Produce in Trade! ROBINSON'S it r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 27, 1917 Page Five FARMER, 5 Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once Account with a'Sav-ing- "Cum m Out, My U oa In John It. .Ycagcr, of Danville, was thla'c'lty'-trnlny.- Cim Drop Fall Off!" of 'Gets-It' "l Put 2 Lut s The First National Bank It will pay you 3 per cent interest on same Watch- -" "See nil you have to do I to usu your two fliiRern ami lift tho corn rlKht onV Ttmt'B the wny 'Oets-I- l' nlwuyn works. You Jmt tint on nhout 2 ilrnpR. Tlie the rorn not only shrivel, liut loosens from tho toe, without aRfctlnic tlin surround- ItiK limn In the least. Why. It's nl- moat a pleasure to taave corna and Klght-H- ow J.-Guest, of Crab Orch-nn- l, remain critically 111. Mr. nnd Mra. T. N. Ilutt, of Crab Orchard, hnvo n new daughter. It. I. Kccnon, of Lulclow, Is visiting hia father-in-laJohn Sklrimore. K. L. I'roctor.of Winchester, wna here today looking nfter anme of the Lincoln County fnir, Mra. Tip Lnngford, of Mt. Vernon, who hna been very ill, ia some whnt Improved She is a aiatcr of Dr. W. . J. Childreaa, of Hustonvillc. Mra. W. Saving like spending is a habit a habit that always brings wealth. Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. Kll J ct ntt-il- Wit'-- ' The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. H. C, BAUGHMAN, C. HAYS FOSTER, S. T. HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDCRS, Ind. DookkrepM S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- Cashier Att. Cashier PERSONAL AND SOCIAL has Little Miss Nnncy Noc, w been very aick, ia out ag.i:n. Mra. W. J Krinmton nnd Mra. L. 1). (Jooch. of Crnb Orchard, were vis itors in this city Tuesday. Mra. II. Kirby Bourne, of New Cnatle, la the guet of her brother, W. C. Shanks nnd fnmily. Mr. W. Ijinrigrnf went to Louis-vill- c Wednesday to nttenri the Kentucky Educational Meetinjr. Mesdnmes W. T. West nnd Alex Wnlker, of Ijinrnster, hnve been the guests of Mra. W. 11. O'Uannon. Mi Jennie Duncan, of Ijincaster. came over Wednesday to viait her nieco, Misses Jennie nnd Charlotte Wnrren. Superintendent (Jnrlanri Singleton pent several daya in Louisville attho Kentucky Educational tending Iloycc Hunn is in LouisWIln for n day or so. Dave Thomaa waa hero from Lancaster this week. (leorRc Pruitt, of Morelird was in Mrs. Klira ColTey, of McKinney, was in town yesterday. decree II. Farris has lm n a heme n few days on nccount of illness. David trnlu. of Mt. ernon, here Wednesday cveninir for the Re llnr-rodsbu- pleurisy. Mra. J. II. Hill ia aullcrini; from this city Wednesday. wan,,.y Mooting. Mra. A. H. Klkin enme up from Ixiuiaville Wednesday to see her new granddaughter. Little Misa Elizabeth Klkin Newlund. J. V. Sweeney, who hna been located nt Crescent Springs for n while 'ordera hia I. J. aent to Wnyncsburg, where he will be in the future Judge npd Mra. V K Viunon, nf Asheville, N. C, nre her- - for the Mra G. C. Riffe. Miss Ilessio Riffe, W. C. Wilson nnd W. It. Miaa Martha Tucker nnd Miss RobTodd nre nttenriing the Kentucky bie Tucker, of Hustonville, were here Educational Meeting in Louiaville. for the Spring Recital Wednesday Bessie Moore is teaching in evening. Mis Mra. J. II. Turner and daughter. 1'rof. Todd's plnce during his Miss I'M mi Grace Turner, of Nichol-nsvillO. finoch. nnd were here Wednesday to aee Mr. nnd Mra. V Messrs. A. II. Morgan nnd .1. M. Rey- her fnther. Rev. W. S. Griustcnri, who Wnvneshurg. were here on is atill quite ill. nolds, of Morgan Smith llatighmnn, wlu business Wedneadny. They any drill-in- g for oil continues anil that gas was recently operated on for appenbaa been recently discovered on the dicitis at Lexington, has deve'oped a II. II Singleton farm n mile from case of measles, but otherwise 's get ting along line. Wnynosburg. William Uenke, of tho Waynes-bur- g of Drake's Creek Pmil Finch, section, is attending tho NationFarm, went to louiaville Wednesday al Trade Schools at Chicago, taking lie wna accompnnied by hia sons, Wood and Harmon Finch, who were a course in electricity. The Chicago teaches by en route to Fulton to viait their institution with books. practical work Fulton the instead of jrranriparunts. From William Yager left Wednesday for youngsters will o to Memphis nnd Cleveland, Ohio, where he has thenco to Wilaon, Ark. n lucrative position. He Wm. Morelnnd. of Lexington, hna has been in tho postolllce hero for npenod headquarters in the Hell nnd ia In the market to 'n.y all some months and has many friends lenve, ef him i egret to see klndf of livestock. E. L. flnd'ieirv,hnv-ini- who much success himhis ew but hope in ititii. ? Wnyneabtirtr, wna here Thurday dental work done. His mnnv friends here greeted him vt..v e rdi, DAO STOMACH TROUBLE r.llv as he formerly tn'ijthl bore Liberty News. Yiclcb to Delicious Vinol Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. II. Shanks, of Stanford, were here Saturday having Slircicport, La. 'I had n I ml atom-ncltrotil.li) fur j ears and Utiiine so motored from Lexington, where they went to get Mis Shanks' sister. Miss weak I oiiilil hardly walk or do any Olivo Baldwin, and brinj; her to her work. My niipctlio was poor, jay food home here. MUa Ilaldwin has been would not digest, 1 Moated and wus very quite ill at a Lexington hospital, but weak uiul nervous. I tried n.nny remeher many friend will be ulnd to knowy dies wllh.mt help. 1 saw Vinol niher-tiac- d mid tried It, and now my htom.u'U that ahe aeems to ho making improiement now. Deputy trouMi ii fimple(cry cured and I am Internal Revenue Collector W. S. well" I', L. MARRum. iiml is pinrai.tml to tone up tlio Fish, of tho narcotic department, a former Madison county man, whose t'nd m rt it fid wi jl.cti.'d iiiticd t t " .'fiacli and creatu utrcnjjlh. homo Is now in Stanford, was here il in federal court Tuesday. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Climax. o. Mo-to- l. i satis-factorRich-mon- tIe sale of the VnnDcveer lot. 'Ih will take plnce on Saturday. May 'th Taylors-villMra. Hnrry firnnthnn, of III., ia visiting her mother, Mra. Mra. Mary Ilailey, nt Mnvwood. Mi;a Iva wna formerly (Iranthan Uniley. of this county J. W. Lunaford, who haa Mail six of hia family ill for aome "tne. nks thi paper to thnnk th" popl.j for their goodnes to them duting hia time of trouble nnd need. Mr. and Mra. Hnrrv Jacob nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Will W. White went to Point eljivell first of the week to aee th Intter'a aons, Robert nnd John II. White, who nre farming in Unit sec-Prof- s. cital. Samuel G. Cnstcllo, nf i.enr was here WednMUny on business. . Mra. W. II. Hiiririns and Miss Klirabeth HiKgins nre in Louiaville fur n few daya. .1 M. Woner haa been cni'.-.eto hih rcom for several daj on account of i In ess. Harry Hill haa rented the property of Mra. Sallic Johnson on East Main street. Miaa Adnlalde Proctor, who has been quite ill with the measles is some belter. George D. Hopper has been over IV'tr. Danville with his mother, Mrs. K tl.u Hopper. Miss Nell Newland is spending a week with her friend, Miss Jennie daughter arrived last night at the home of Cnshier and G. Sklles. of Crab Orchard. Mis. II. Mr. and Mra. Will Ward, of Lexington, are the guests of her sister. Mrs. Itradshaw and other relatives at Turnentville. Mr. J. M. Casey has joined her huahar.ri here. She has been tl.- - guest of bu- parents, Mr. nntl .Mrs. K. 11, Wilkinson nt Lnncnster. Mrs. Onirics Jett, of Richmond, passed through to lloyle Thursday afternoon to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. Richard Cobb, Sr - e. Coffey in Royle. An eight-poun- d e, PICTURE SHOW PARTY On Tuesday evening Misa Mary Ilailey gave a picture show party omiilimentary to the participants Spring Recital given here Wednesday evening. The picture waa featuring May "My Rig Sister," Murray. After the show the guests returned to the home of Mis Ua'ley on Enst Main street, wheru delicioui ice?, cakes and candies were served The members of the party were: Mr. Prescott Brown nnd Miss Mary Bailey, Mr. William Yager nnd Miss Dorothy Hayncs, Mr. Fr.T.tw Weath-erfor- d and Miss Beatric" Baughman, Sold in Stanford nnd recommendYou will enjoy the day nt the sale Mr Hartwell Shanks ard llm Fran ed as the world's best corn remedj ci He Pence farm. Mav Jr.d. S'le be c"s Calvert. Mr. Sam Hill nnd Miss It Kutherinc Gregory, Mr. Arthur Cofby The Lincoln Pharmacy nnd The gins at 10:30 A. M. fey nnd Miss Nnncy Rather. ne McPenny Drue Store. Kinney, nnd Misses Ellen B.'illo'.i r.nd Oj'helin Lackey. Mrs. Nellie Ballon went to LanMUSICAL CLUBS ENTERTAIN caster Th irsday to see her brother, C Gaines, the The Moznrt Club, McDowell Club insur ni'd Bach Clubs, entertained in honor iin e mni , who is very ill. . I tr r of the members of the Spiing Recital nt The Princess Wednen'tv wcnt up to Harlan county Thursday to join n bunch of revenue I'ftcr the rv tnl. There were forty with the members of the clubs oflicers.in a raid on illicit distillers. I. Doraey nnd pretty litwho assembled nt The Princess to Mrs. C. spend n short time as a farewell to tle daughter, Miss Meota Dorrey, f Louisville, arrived Tni.rsdny to "visit the young ladies, who left Thursday morning for Cincinnati. Tho tables her f't'Ti, Jude W. 1. IMvii ar.'l sister, Mrs. L. I). Ends. were bcnutifully decorated in apple Miss Mary Arnold, who has spent arranged in blossoms artistically the winter nt Dnytona, Fin., arrived French baskets. The place cards were here Wednesdny afternoon and was quite attractive, being small white the 'uest of her sister, .Mrs. Relln cards with miniature U. S. flags Arnold Francis. They both went to painted on them. A delicious salad Thursday. Lancaster and ice course was served. While in Louisville Thursday Dr. Orders directing the railroads of W. I). Welburn, of the Methodist the country to give preference to church, bought n Ford touring cnr. coal and iron over all other traffic His son, Edwin Welburn, drove it and holding the presidents of the vahome thnt night, accompanied by Dr Welburn and Mr. G. R. Pruitt, of LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR rious lines personally responsible for compliance were issued yesterday Moreland. We have juit received a complete by the General Roalroad Board of the Council of National Defense. CENT ADS line of Mutlin Underwear (Adi here ir 1 real a vorif raeli lune, rftih 29c to 98c with ,rUr' no mi thn ?5 psrh lun.) Cortet Cover HARD CHRONIC COUGH 48c to $1.98 Skirti FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder, 98c to $1.48 "SEED CORN." Sec E. T. Princen Slip Made Well by Delicious Vinol 32-t- f Pence, Jr., Stanford. 45c lo $1.48 Gownt Ohio. "I contracted Crestline, a SHEEP CLIPPING Am prepared hard, chronic cough, nnd was weak, ' I to clip your sheep. Call on me, one nervous and run down. I have a small mile from Rowland, on Preachcrs-vill- e 59c family of three, and it wna hard for me pike, It. M. Ware, Stanford, R. Bungalow Aprons to do my work. I took diircrcnt medip F. I). No. 1. cines without bencflt. Finally I heard "good WANTED work Four has restored me to 98c about Vinol, and it my coifgh teams, to plow or use to hemp drill, A beautiful line of Waiiti at health and strength, is all gone will pay $( a day for the drill teams. and I feel fine." .Mrs. II. H. Carlisle. Call Josh Jones, Stanford. f Vinol is a constitutional rcnicdv for chronic coughs and coUU, and for all EXAMINATIONS for Common Curtain Good, from 10 to 35c a yard weak, iienous, conditions. school diplomas will be held in Stan Try it on our guarantee, ford, .May II nnd 12. G. Singleton, The Penny Drug Store, Stanford. Kv. Stipt. You will be delighted with STRAYED from place, a sorrel". OUR LINE OF SILK HOSIERY half Percheron mare. Ilrnnded on right shoulder. Collins Moore, It. F. i colors, stripes, etc., worth from I). in-i- n con-teaK-- l well-know- n "Tlint Wan n (lulrk I'lincrnl Thnt , torn llnil With aeo how 'Orts-I- t' them off In ft hurry mid without tin- lent pnln. I rnn urnr tight alioei. ilinnt nnd walk thniiKh I iimer liml corns." ui "(Jftn-lt" m.ikrs thn use of anlvts. Iiumlllni; lirtmlaKe. I.i pi--, tilnslprs nml nthrr thtiiKs not only foollih. hut uniircrss.iry 1'so this uontlirful dldi ihiti, "licia-lt.- " for nnv aoft or h.iril corn or tallua. It Is tho new, bImiiiIp, rnny, quick wny, nntl It never fnlls Ymi'll never with knives have to cut a corn or fdssorM, ami run rhnnces of bluoJ ' tonlnlit Try -- Orts-It tiolKon "Octii-lt- " Is nnli) everywhere. JTo n tmttle, or int on receipt of prlro lif U.Lawrcnce & Co. Chicago, III. .ki & (rtll'.', CARPENTER ENTERTAINS Josephine Carpenter was hostess Tuesday evening nt her home on Dnnvillc avenue, to the Daughters of American Revolution. The meeting wna called lo order in the usunl wny by Miss iiurch, regent. The Lord's Prayer wna lend by Mrs. McClnry, chaplain. Then followed the regular business. This month being the anniversary of the Hnttlc of Lexington, n description of that wonderful light was rend by Misa Cnrpentcr. Mra Shelton M. Saulley gnve n beuutiful Midnight poem of Paul Revere' Ride. Mra. McClnry waa leader of the Parliamentary Drill nnd the meeting adjourned. Miss Carpenter had as her guests for the social hour, Mrs. R. T. Ilruce, Mra. J. S. Rice. Mra. W. G. Withers. Mrs. J. T. Embry. Miss Phelps, of Richmond nnd Mrs llomer Carpenter, of Lexington. The guests t. geratly enjoyed a Patriotic Song The songs were played by Miss Carpenter. Red, white and blue brick cream wns served with nrtistic individual cakes iced in tiny Hags, white mints with flag ornaments were also passed with favors of tiny silk flags, making n very beautiful party. MISS Miaa SEWING CLUB ENTERTAINED Mra. Harry C. Unuchmnn wna hos tess of the Sewing Club on Tucadny afternoon nt her beautiful country home. The house was bcnutifully decorated in spring flowcra nnd blossoms nnd blue birds. After the guests had spent n ahort time at their no '!c work nnd social chat, a bird contest wns enjoyed, nftcr which the guests retired to the dining room, where a lovely luncheon wna acrveri. The table wna benutifully dccorntctl in blue bird?, the centerpiece bel'i" n Frii'nh Im'li't filled with apple Uosior.ia and the blue blrda scattered nromlscloua- ly nmnng the blossoms. The plnce enrds were blue birds nnd the mints nnd ices were decornted in the blue birds. Misses Annette Wcarcn nnd Clnra Cnah, who assisted in wniting upon the guests wore white aprons with the blue birds on them. The guests were: Mrs. John II. Foster Mrs. Alfred Pence. Mrs. Will S. Em-br.Mrs. Joe T. Embry, Mrs. Albert II. Severnnce, Miss Hello Denny, Thomas Pence, Mra. Robert Ilruce, Mrs. James N. Cash, Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley. Mrs. 76, IS NOW Finds WELL JAN Old Kentucky Cavalryman Way to End Weakness. "HIS WORD IS HIS BOND," II. A. Wallace, who lives on the Owcn-to- n y, J. William Rnughmnn, Mrs. n..... ril No War Prices at the Bargain Store pike, alx miles from Frankfort, Is one nf the best known fanners tu Franklin county. He Is aevcuty-syears old nnd a veteran of the Thin! Kentucky nival ry, In which he served In the stirring dnys of 'HI. He Is oK a prominent nu'iaber of the Odd I'd lows' lodge, nnd when his friends speal of him they often sny, "Ills word is hi' bond." Mr. Wallace recently felt generallj run down In health nnd became weak nnd nervous. Ho was persuaded to try Tanlae, tho tonic which hns been indorsed by literally thousands of fellow Keiitiicklans, and nfter n thorough test he felt himself in duty hr.und to ccmc out with the following public statement. He said: "I suffered from nervousness and weakness nnd was generally run down. I couldn't sleep well nights on nccount of my nervousness. I took four bottles of Tnnlnc, nnd the result was simply For one of my age remarkable. feel like n new mnn. "I am gbid to recommend Tanlae because of what It has ilone for)me. I believe It to be the best tonic I have ever taken, eieeially for the nerves nnd ns a strength restorer." It Is on the recommendation of such men ns Mr. Wallace that Tanlae has become so toptilar all through Kentucky. Men like him would not come out publicly and praise It if Its merits did not Justify their words. If you nre not feeling right get Tanlae today. Don't put II off, ns ilplay In health matters Is dancerous. Tanlae Is gold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. -WORD Tnnlnc can now be obtained in folMoreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonvillc, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe Mc Williams; Middlcburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. lowing neamy cities: g, 4 CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts, 4,200, steady. Packers nnd butchers, $li.2515.-C0- ; common to choice, $9.00(5) 14.85; stags, $8,00(a)12.25. Catth Re ceipts. 900; slow. Calves, weak, $6.00 11.50. Sheep Steady. Lambs steady. Office Phone No. 5 Carter's Livery and Feed Stable 33-2t- H3-t- run-do- J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated 3-- No. 2. 48c to $1.98 WANTED Good tob.icco man: ground is broke and bed is sown If interested see me nt once. C L. CarMADAME GRACE CORSETS lp ter. Stanford, R. F. I). No. 5. LOST A irold watch at the Ntin- -- Back Lace Front L' nelley Stock yards, or "between Stanford and Lancaster, Engraved J. Ii. J. For women who demand style with Liberal reward to tinder nt this olllce. comfort 3-- Auf p Priced from $1.00 to $5.00 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets; Ruks, Wall Paper, Lnce Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, -- THEPictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribute,; Stanford. 28tf FOR STM.E OR TRADE Fine saddle nnd harness stallion; black; 10 hands; tine stylo Hi.nl nctiop. Will sell right or trauVjnr work stock or farm hinijgtb riht party. Write Juhn J. Carter,1" Wayncsl.ur;. No. 1. . Sltf SALEM & SALEM ;iiOME" FOR e KENTUCKY hfinre in Crab Orchard. , Six rooms STANFORD. wifli hall. One of tho best built houses in town. AH necessary Fine well of water. Four acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Address W. W. Hurgin, Crab Orchrrd or Stanford. SALE-bes!rnbl31-e- ot " BARGAIN STORE cTVlosi Men-. A ncu two tone diet in tf u is net ttyU for the tvtll drained man. .. think il: necessary to go from window to window each season and "shop" for their thoes. along other lines through giving- our customers personal attention and standard brands that we can depend on and which we know lo b3 the best. - SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, April 29th We have developed our business BBjaaaaaaBaaaaaBaaBaBBaaaiaBBBiaasuaBaBBBBBEBP' Southern RamaySystem Following Round Trip Fares in effect from ? Watch This Space Danville, Ky. lo Through thio service more men ore comtoff into our store every day and leaving it to us to fit them in the proper shupe and site. l ;t '! Louisville Lawrcnceburg .$1.00 $1.50 'Harrodsburg Shelbyvillo . . $1.25 .$ .50 and fljS' i' w XtS 35J196Wx s& Similar reductions lo all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of. sale, RETURNING No. 9 4 .. CAGENCY0 .5:30 P. M. Perhaps some day we can gain lhat confidence whh you so that we may relieve you of the trouble of "shopping for shoes" and that you'll quote this as being "your shoe store." , -- i.' 'ji will be held at Louisville until For further Information see Ticket gent, Southern Railway System. Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store r -- A HnZaSJSi -- rrr?n l Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, April 27, 1917 a no wi:.vp tiuh HPitt.vo JO BE APPROPRIATE Become Independent by lnOn. tip Insplrntlonnl features will be offered vby the Lincoln ChnutntiquiiJ, Rricultiire In Minnesota, North Dawhich will bo In Stanford Mny 27 to kota, Montnnn, Idaho, Wnslilnston or Oregon. Millions of ncres ot Innd In ,11. Inclusive. For the Information of nil v. Jin thoso states along tho Northern Pamay be interested in'thi Lincoln cific Ry, awaiting sottlemont. Unusual Healthful climate, Chnutnuqiins' plans for their Sun- opportunities. day program in this citv announce, abundant crops, good tnarkrts, trannpnrtntlnn fncllttlci, nient Is made that special nrrnngc-ment- s have been completed for fit- schools, churches, etc A young counpcoptn. Hond far ting inspirntionnl programs in tho nf- try for nmbltlous ternoon nnd nt night. On these two freo descrlptlvo literature nnd Infor-mntlrrRnrdlnp the particular uncoccasions, the well known Lincoln speakers, musicians, nnd entertain- tion that Interests you. Wo will bo ers will bo hi'iinl in appropriate num- glad to Flt you In locating your bers which will be of peculiar appeal new homo In n community wlmrn you to nil, and especially fitting for the Can fool at hnmn nnd enn enjoy prosday. The Lincoln attractions nre of perity. Wrlto to J (' Kuton, (leneral such high order thnt it is always easy Agent, Northern Pacific Ky., 40 L'uut for inspiring and uplifting Sunday 4th HI, Cincinnati, O. programs of addresses, vocnl nnd In- - strunientnl music to be arranged. I Knglnnd has received n loan of Thee Sunday progrnms have proven $200,000,000 from the United State extremely popular in Lincoln Chnu- - nnd discussions were begun as to the tsuqua town on other clrcurvN, llnnncuil needs of the other Allies, where ministers nnd religious organ - lAinns will be extended next to Italy, initio!! have to the ex- - ns she is believed to need the money tent of having grent mnss meeting. more than any of the other nations, were announced from the pul which pits nt tho morning service. It is TERRIBLYSVVOLLEN probable that a similnr attitude will in shown here, and tho Sunday Lin-coin progrnms at the big tent will be made important events in the civic) As Torture nnd religious life of the city. Definite Suffering Described announcements of the hunilay niter-noo- n Relieved by t. nnd night programs will be mnde Inter. It should be understood rs. that the programs ns described in the Itossville, Kate Lcc Able, cl illustrated pnmphct will not be fol- litis place, writes: ".My husband is an lowed on Sunday. All Lincoln numbers have special Sunday progrnms engineer, and once while Idling, hein-ur- cd himscll wllli a piece cl heavy n:a. entirely different from their other high clnss work, nnd especially suited cliinery, across the abdomen. He was to the spirit of the Sabbnth. so sore he could not bear to press on i 1 Black-DraughGa.-.M- SUNDAY PROGRAMS it nn KSIHivJr WMW PPf? ipd I&ZiX&mM SmWmW ff V i . f RA r IIUJdrill I 1 III Experience Is the Test of Tires Every tire claims to be the tire. If you knew the experience of any considerable number of other tire users, that would help you decide which tire makes lowest-cost-pcr-milc it llHhllltiJII I MM II I Mm I f I f rMlltlUillM good on the claim. We don't know about other makes of tires, but we do know tha motorists who have used United States Tires continue to use them; that more and more motorists who used other makes of tires are turning to United States Tires. These two facts arc proved by the amazing sales increases of United States Tires sales increases that are vastly greater than even the greater natural incrtasc in the number of automobiles this year over last which shows where tire service is. 11 ml k 111 c llai United SlaKt Tubes and Tire Actettoritt Have AU the Sterling Worth and Wear that ifakr United State Tirti Supreme. 4 Tiirr 'or Errry Wrcd 0 Price wd United States Tires Are Good Tires leader without training. If we could have more trained teachers than we have we would hnve better schools in every section of the county. Hope these words I have written will be of interest to the tencher of the rural school nnd I wnnt to see a larger number of tenchers from Lincoln county for tho next term- .- Very Rcspt., I). P. ANDERSON RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At n meeting of the school hoard of Crab Orchnrd graded school held April 21st, the following resolutions were passed : e Whereas an Prmidcnce hns removed by denth. our chm rir.nn Mr J, It. Willis, who had so lor irnntl faithfully served us, be it -- csnlvcd: First Thnt the school has hut one of its most faithful and ran. est friends, nnd supporters, whose place will be hnrd to fill. Scconil Thnt the town and community, one of its t 'ignored nnd highly respected citizens, who was ever ready to do all in his power for uu-- uumiiMiiiii: ami improvement oi tho same. Tho church will greatly miss him. ns ho was one of the pillars and mainstays of that institum-n- himsell at all, on chest or abdomen. He TO TEACHERS OF LINCOLN CO. We nre trying to mine the stand- weighed 105 lbs., and (ell oil until he ard of education for Kentucky and weighed 10 lbs , In two weeks. the best way I know of to do this is lie became constipated and it looked to attend the Knstern Kentucky hkc he would die. Wc had tlirce different State Normal School. We should doctors, )Ct with all their medicine, his have a large number of tenchers from our county especially. IjisI bowels failed toad. He would turnup. bottle of castor oil. and drink term we only hnd twenty-fou- r here a from Lincoln county iirepnring for it two or three days succession. Jle tenchers and trying to serve their did this yet without result. Wc became county better in the future than thev hnd in the past. We ennnnt tench desperate, lie sullercd so. He was swolthose little boys and girls back in len terribly. He told me his suffering thnt rurnl school unless we know could only be described as torture. whnt we nre trving to teach nnd the I sent and 'it. bought Thedford's way to know this is to nttend some I made luni tr.ke a big dote, good school nnd take this kind of work under professional men nnd aid when it began to act he tainted, he was in such misery, but he r.t relief and women. have been in the Normal School bcaan to mend at once, lie got well, eight terms anil I know whn n ard we both feel he owes his life to teacher comes here nnd sti one term (or ten weeks) he is better Thedford's will help ) on Thedford's prepnred to tench the children who are looking to him ns their lender. to keep fit. ready for the day's work. The teacher is supposed to the Try ill NC-Ilender in the community in which he is tenching nnd how can he be a 1 ten-ceHlack-n.-ang1 Black-Draught 3I J. V. S. Mobley & Son MC KINNEY Sell the Champion Cream Saver ULllU iXllll' ll THE 'Nobby" 'Cham' 'Royal Cord" 'Plain' Useo' Willi IT NEWDELAVAL K J I1IM U I mrnmmm iii H.C.Anderson,Stanford THE CROW HOMESTEAD Mr. Matt Crow, of this city told a Messenger reporter of the sale at Floydsburjr, Ky., of the Crow prop-crt- y which had been in his family for more than one hundred years. e The furniture, quilts, bedding, tabic linen and general house- old-tim- itpintor Tug worta or largely upon ttl rtrj bowl. bowl matt ilrtlcntj, proptrlr t clentlnctlljr rrtor balanced comtructril mil ptrfrctlr loe a great deal more cream, beiMea wearing out tho bearing! and gears In a abort time. Tbat la why tlit average life of a cheap separator ta only two or three yeara. ot balanro and or It will not onljr lots lorn to begin with, but oil) toon crtam crt out Tho bowl of tho NEW De Laval is self-centeri- UNITED STATES TIRES ARE CARRIED BY THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL YOU WHICH OF THE FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR NEEDSs Thir- d- That we extend to his wid ow and family our heartfelt sympathy in their sad bereavement Fourth Tlmt a copy of these re oliltions be sperad upon the minute book of this board nnd be sent to the Interior Jnurnnl for publication. R. tion. The new He I.nval bowl la an constructed ami i balanced upon Hi detached tpindle that It will run truo and do perfrct work eten after thn machine has (or been In uts a long time. The Pe Laval bowl haa nlnya been noted (or Its Spring Colds Are the Worst your digestion and lessen your activity. Neglected they soon become that dread disease known as systemic catarrh. Don't neglect them. It's costly as well as dangerous. They lead to catarrh and pneumonia. They weaken the entire system and leave it unable to resist the sudden changes. They interfere with PERUNA Will Safeguard You Tone your system up with a regular course of tho liquid Peruna, fortify It against colds, get your digestion up to normal, take care of yourself, and avoid danger. If you are suffering now begin tho treatment at once. Give Nature the help she needs to throw off the catarrhal inflammation, and again become well, Peruna has been helping people for 44 years. Thousands of homes rely on it for coughs, cold and indigestion. It's a good tonic for the week, as welL cold or exposure. Have a box of Peruna Tablets with you for the sudden j-.t- - Tho Pcntaa Company, OkU Y. A JOB FOR BOYS Camp while picking S. A. HARRIS, State The State Young Men's Christian strawberries. Secretary. Boys' Work Severance of connections between of the Crow family and the house was Association campKentucky is going to for boys near Bow WAYNESBURG made the occasion of a memorable conduct ii ling Green during the strawberry social event. Mrs. Alice Donnelly picking season in Wnrren county, and Misses Myrnu nnd Zola Acton are Crow Oliver entertained with an ele- - the boys of this community are urged visiting their uncle, J. W. Acton and gant dinner. wife nt Glasgow. to get under the influence of This last gathering within the hal- camp and its Christian leadership,this Mrs. K. L. Gadberry and children if lowed limits of the old homestead, they desire to go to Warren county are visiting nt losemite. besides marking tho passing of the for strawberry picking purposes. Mr. Oliver Singleton left last week old mansion from its possessors for Berry pickers will be In great de-- , for Bowling Green to enter school. more than a century, wns a review of mnnd this year Mr. and Mrs. Ii. T. Curlis came in Warren the old Lewis, Crow, Donnelly and State Y. M. C. A. in going to and the from Detroit, Mich., Monday. is conduct llrown famillies. At the conclusion Miss Lnla Potter, of Letcher councamp activi with of the dinner which was marked by tho campnil the regular who come to ty, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. F. boys ties for to their all the ceremonies npporpriatc Tolivcr. boys will be such nn occasion, a surpriso awaited cd on center. These & Covington locat - , Mrs. Muttie Gooch. Miss Annn the Clagett farm the guests. The host presented each and will do their picking primarily Padgett nnd Miss Kfllo Jenkins visited with one old time quilt and a piece nt lor these growers, nut it is stated Miss Laura Johnson was Science Hill. of china. Mr. Robert Clay thrown from in tho that all boys can get The Lewises were Huguenots vdto community whether they worknweeded n mule nnd hurt very badly. He is in nre left France after the Revocation of by Mr. Clagett or not. The pickers u hospital nt Danville. Nantes, 1085. William Lewis went Mr. Hubert Reynolds is a victim of to to North Ireland, marrying Miss Mc- - make from $1.50by $3.00 per day the measles. and are ...boarded the growers for (Jlcnnnml. Ills son, Andrew Lewis i v nt There ure two moro oil drills here .1.... fiM. v 30 married Miss Calhoun. Their ' Camp will be conducted in tents and now. One an tho farm of II. II. SinLewis, married Margaret I John gleton and the other at M. II. Mitdaughter of tho Laird o'Lock "'"" all the boys will be under proper and chell's. helpful influences while there. Tho Scotland. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Ii. Morgan and of our community Mrs. W. H. Matlnck was the prin- school teachers little. Miss Ora Dumas, Mr. and Mrs. cipal speaker nt the farewell dinner have received letters from the State T. S. Reynolds ami little daughter, in the old Crow mansion. Sho re- Y. M, C. A. and also contracts which Almii motored to Highland bunday sponded to the toast, "The Occasion the boys may sign if they wish to do mill tho Intttftaa " nml nnlil n rim if so. Tho Y. M. C. A. Camp will very nfternoon. II. Caldwell nnd daughters, Mrs. II. ing tribute to tho Lewis, Crow, Don- -' likely be crowded so that those who Misses Carrie and Rachel, visited her nelly ami llrown families. "These aro going should get in their names (laughter, Mrs. Roy Clauncli at Cain families," she said, "have been nbly eurly Any boys here who aro inter- last week. represented in almost every of ested in going can get information visiting her Mrs. Tipton territory now under the United of the teachers, or can writo to Mr. sons, W. I), and Sims is Sims at Soin Henry tates Government, nnd in tho fami-lie- s Stunley A. Harris, State Hoys' Work erset. represented hero ure eager vo- Secretary, 345 Y. M. C. A. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sims aro lunteers of tho younger contingent Ky for futher information. congratulations over the arriwho bid fair to keep the record unM. C. A. Camp boys will val of a little son in their home. The Y. broken. Danville Messenger. baseball, tenuis, play ground play ball, volley ball, and will have swimWARS COST MONEY Foreign Minister Balfour, in u ming lessons, and it Is also expected Tho Revolutionary War cost the statement issued, declares that tho uiui iney win nave a iiiko to Mam- United States $125,193,702; tho War Allies had no intention of seeking to moth Cuve some timo during tho of 1812 cost the United States inveigle the United States into any strawberry season. Parents need tho Mexican War cost the entangling alliances and only wanted have no fear of their boys getting United States $100,000,000 and the d In the with .wrong crowds or under tho Civil War cost tho United States wrong influences If they stay at the conduct of the war. at public auction. hold equipment were nlso disposed of M, C. A. J. II. G. SKI1.KS. It. KDMISTON. II. URONAl'GH. Committee W. A Wiley, a mail clerk on thi division, was badly hurt near I.ebar-oJunction, by falling in his car when the train ennir to sudden halt M.'imi", urn Ywirn .. " permit neither"Vvv" hunting, lishlng nor trespassing of nny kind on our property, nnd those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law; M. D. Elmore, U. JJ. Traylor, J D. Nave. Louis Nave, S. J. Kmbrv, J. L, I obbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. rloie aktin-mi- .! We. POSTED! ...tn win WHOSO tlona, but the new lie t.a-t- nil under o o n il I patented device, dlitrlb-iitln- g Croia-aertlo- rullk 1 ing uew method ot milk distribution. of new bowl, show- together with the larger dlace, makea the nerr Pe I.aral bowl an even cloaer aklmmer than the nld one aud glvea romliler-ablj- r greater capacity Into the bargain. Come In and ace one of tbo naw machluea. ';' s J PAINTS CHI-NAME- L, 3&P$ We have a big stock and want to sell. See us before you buy. KYANIZE AND FLATTED-LAFLOOR PAINT C 1 ap PORCH PAINT, BRUSHES, COLORS AND SUNDRIES REYNOLD & EVANS $107,-169,00- 3; JUNCTION CITY, KY. whole-hearte- ,.., - -- . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 27, 1917 Page Seven Fewer Eggs are required with ROYAL POWDER In mnny recipes the number of crri may bo reduced with excellent results by using nn additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following recipe is a practical example: Chocolate Sponge Roll slowly, adj next vanilla, melted chocolate and melted slioitenltiR, uilhoul licatlnR. Sift In dry Ingredient, and fold in as lightly as possible. I'our Into large baking fun lined with oiled paper, and bake in alow oven twenty minutes. When done, turn out on a damp, hot cloth, spread with white Icing and roll. llocklet cl reclr-ewhich rconomlie In eggs and other eipvnalve Ingredirnte mailed free. FewJcr mtlte J chocolate Tlie Id rnt thod calUd for 4 f and no baking powdtr DIKHCTIONS Sift flour, baking powder unit nalt loRtthar three limps. Ilrat whoU rKRs. Add slowly tugar, then boiling water 2 I'll! euu.are curs flour Stratpoon aalt i cup augar I 2 I tahlefpoons rntlttd shortening tj cup hot water teaspoon vanilla 2lvatpotna Koyal flaking JUNCTION CITY EUBANK Born on April 28th, n flno baliy Miss Mary Hicks was the guest of girl to Mr nntl Mrs. Pete Strelff. Mr. and Mrs. John Powell wcro Miss Mnggic Ilorton nt King's Mounin Cincinnati Inst week on n shopping tain Sundny. y tour. F. S. Hnvs went to Louisville Miss Luln Cox returned Inst week nnd accompanied his wifj nnd from tenching n year nt Jenkins. little son home Mondnv. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T Itankin were in Ed Rigney hns ndded two mote Somerset last Friday. rooms to his residence. Miss Bessie Hoguc, our accomEdward Fish wns in King's Mounmodating Senior, was kind enough tain Mondnv. to repair Old Glory last week for May Flint Miss Maggie vfcltyd cupola and now the lumcfolks nt Kind's Motintn.n. the school-hous- e Stars nnil Strips once more floats Cant. Scott, of Tncco, Ga., arrived oer the school house. Monday to take up his work as civil Kcv. Krncst Ford came over from tnpineor. Lexington Saturday bringing with 1 awrenco Lee has been very i'l of him Mr, Vernon Roberts, of the Bi- mrnslesble College, Lexington. Vernon Is nn Miss Mary Hlncs gave n social in old Junction City high school boy, honor of the Western Union h who is working his wny through colboys. All nttended reported p. lege preparing to be a Christina nire time. minister. Miss Minnie Mnrrum, of .Morel-ind- . Toul Is so high in price that it snnnt Inst week with her brother, C. will pay all to sift nshes for cinders, I Morcum. as do all New Knglnntl people. Josper Keith visited her Mrs Mrs, K. C. Lester anil baby have daughter, Mrs. Norman Hamil'nn. in gone to Richmond to visit relatives. R merset nnd nttended the 'tvivnl at Prof. K. C Lester is busy training Ferguson, Master Robert I). Reynolds, who will represent Junction C ity high school Tlinrn .... nr,ilini?v ... mnnv non. nro ............ n .......,, ,,., in the track meet nt Danville Friday pie who believe all the hear as peo afternoon, April 127th He will enttr ple who believe nil thev sav. Snt-irdnTele-trrap- 1 O WHEN YOU PAINT "Tic Brand That Satisfies" usc H. & W. Pure prUHfsiK WHfTt 91 JjCfe Prepared Paint DURABLE ' PROTECTS BEAUTIFIES .YOUR PROPERTY H. & freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an V, Paint works A4Jf. KOVAt. I1AKINO fOWDFK CO 133 Wllllim St, New Yetk made by Judge drcn Spipcliis II J, Ilothurum, viho hnd iiiljourned court for the meeting: Attorney C. (' Wlllinni", Judge U V ltethurum, Judge Walter riippin, Hev, II. T Young nnd County Agent K. V. Kni'iue. of Ileren PATRIOTIC ROCKCASTLE The county bnnkt propose to make Ito krnstlv county ri'iil'iit". ludil n p.ttnotlitncclini: nt Mt Vernon, miiH Ioiiiih to those needing money intrude for feed, tools, etc., ami do nil they marked liy u pntriotic participated In l hundred of chil i nn In n legitimise vviiy to encourage 1k w Two clulu lire to be nrgnnized nt once in each of the magisterial dm tricUt in the lounty to work in uni son with ii central club In the county Inir crotn nest. Disc and Drag Harrows 1 Grubbs nre getting more strnwberry pickers for Bowling Green, May 20th as the iiveragu wages nre $2.88 tents per day. The Chrisitian Sunday School gave Sunilny to State Work $10 and had Kill in attendance Mr. nnd Mrs. George Burke, of Danville, were here Sunday to church and stopped with his mother, Mrs. K. 11 Burke Mrs. Bertha Kwing spent Inst week in Lexington visiting friends. Frank McGraw got patriotic Monday and tried to join tne army as he was 18 years old Wednesday, but he was one nnd a hnlf inches too short. Johnnie Burke, one of our High graduates joined the army school last wick and Is on the bonier now. Richardson and Misses Gertrude Glndvs Tucker left Wednesday for the h K. A. at Louisville. .Miss Iran. gene Doss, who is viiting Mrs. J. G. Blaine went ton Mrs Nellie Huffman has returned to Ijincaster after visiting her mother. Mrs Klli.ii Johnson ami relative? Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs arrived home Fridny from State College and began on Tuesday to convnss Boyle county for more Canning Club girls. Mrs. J. D. Alstott nnd Prof. K. L. the 'J'JO yard race, PERCHERON STALLION attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & IV. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. ON SALE BV BOSSEAU Believing that now Is the time to raise good horses and mules, I will stand my registered Perchcron stallion. Bosscnu, weight 2.0C0 pounds, nt $10 to insure n living colt nnd my great mule jack, Joe at $8 on same terms. Will make liberal cut to those having more than one mare. Care taken to prevent accidents, hut not responsible should nny occur. R. I Berry, Hustonville, Ky. My fnrm is one mile east of Hustonville, on th Stanford pike. The Lincoln Pharmacy. Stanford, Ky. lishment or the effective operation of the military forces, or tne maintenance of national interests during the emergency." Third Those not exempted will be reported to the War Department, viiich will make ftiulu" exemptions. Fourth It is estimated that bv August 1 the 5011,000 men desired In the Kiit be in training p:.mps rrirtntime the Government must equipment for the recruits. Fifth It is estimated that the reg-- J istration will result in an enrollment of 7,000,000, and about 40 per cent. of this number will be weeded out on icrount of physical disabilities. The ,500,000 to be selected from the remaining CO per cent, will be chosen by lot. pro-ivic- le I I and corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2-horse W. H. HIGGINS Main Street THIS WILL HAPPEN Here is what will happen when the Draft Bill, now before Congress, becomes a law: First The President will designate by proclamation a day of registration, the voting precinct being used as the smallest unit for enrollment. The Governors of the variolis States will be asked to have the Shcr-ltT- s of the counties appoint registers to take the names of all males between the ages of 19 nnd 25. Those to JACK and STALLION who refuse Thoenroll will be nrrcsted. Second State officers will ex empt from military service "persons jack at engaged in industries, including agriI will stand mv my place on the Millcdgevillc pike, cultural, found to be necessary to the near iMcCormacks church, at maintenance of the military estab S10 to Insure a Livng Colt He is black with white points, fine n bone nnd ears. Money due 'when mare changes hands. Not responsible for accidents. Will nlso stand n good in Danville .Mrs Kllen Johnson anil grandPerchcron Stallion at $5 daughter. Miss Mavme Wilkinso' , Cash, with return privileges, or $8 to were in Danville Saturday shopping. insure. Mis Bessie Stofer, of Winchester, inspection and patronI formerly of this place was married age. nk your W. A. HATCHER, Stanford. R. to Mr Smith Uoff of that place lavt r. D. No. 2. 2C,.4t. w Stanford, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND! vi ltMl In Doubt Take en Dath. BUSINESS CARDS Sanitary Plumbing. Henting. Tin- . I Surveying and Leveling, Let me He sure jour title is good your lantl purthrwo for ou, ard make ctrtain Will K" anywhere aui-vcv Myera' ning nnd (iuttenng Guraiitccd. I'unips and Gray Engines V. K. Phone 188 WARNER Stanford, Ky Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. mile. BOURNE Autos by trip or the Please Give us a CAPT. AM Trial, We Will You. II. II. Carter, Manager. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY Phone fi. Calls answered day or night. The high dollar nt your sale nil tho CARTER & CARTER. Stanford. Ky. tnnu and at lowest price; sines crieil nny y. here. Phone 30 JA Lancaiter at my expena VACCINATE prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othor tock diseases. WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, JOHN COOK. Veterinarian, Wo carry a large nnd complete stock Stanford. K. of Cnskcts, Hobes etc nt all times. Phone 204. ; Thono: Farmers' line No. Woodstock line No. M. C. Newland, Stanford Lively and Auto Service J. M. REYNOLDS l am -- CONTRACTING Daily Except Sunday Sec B. L. TAGALY for Contracting nnd Building of any sort Houses, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Hums, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. nnd 1:80 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at W. W. BURGIN Low Charges DENTIST O. L-- MINKS. Proprietor Alondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays nnd Saturdays The Only Keeley at Stnnfonl Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Institute in Kentucky J. B. WILLIS T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myart House Flats Phonal Office 240; H.. 165 For any information apply to Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Heights Stock J. B. PERKINS Pbon. 214 Room 28-2- DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY Plumbing, Tinning and Hepnirinj? of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s A. D. PARSONS Phone 2G4 Stanford, Ky. Cattle Hogs Southdown Sheep, Duroc-Jerse- y Tho best bloodlines is represented in breeds. High- can liavo nil ailments of their horses, each of these famous Milo at all times. cattle and other live stock promptly class individuals for E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 und expertly nttended by Stanford, Kentucky DR. II. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, South End Farmers For Sale Oil and Feed Mill; 'JOdiorse-powe- r r.ngine; mill building, i.'lx;i0, three I can get you highest prices lor your lloors: engine room. lUx'J2: nil in land, stock, crops or household goods. good running order; close to railroad und good business. Apply to Sales Cried Anywhe- THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. WuynesbuiVi Ky. JOHN B. D1NWIDD1E, Mor.l.nd. AUCTIONEERING Midget Marvel Mill: Corn Flour Mill jack of good place on Dick Hell bone and action. Splendid mule jack and will get possession soon Mr W C Silcov. has improved his Will make the season of 1917 at my old home place by moving his ban fnrm at buck mid building n new front renci $10 to Insure a Livng Colt BLACKWOOD Will also at the same phce nnd time Full blooded black Spanish Jack stand my great Jersey Bull Mven rars old and it proven foal SHELBY SULTAN 117497 getter Will make the season at my U $5 to insure a living calf. This is place two miles south of Waynes-burone of the lest Jersey bulls in the at $1 to insure a colt four country nnd I am standing him at n months old Not responsible for acciery low figure. See this stock before dents HOP STEELE, Waynesburg, vou breed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should THE ROYAL JACK any occur. Parting with mare' or EXCELSIOR Hear Ye! See Me! The "Royal cow forfeits insurance nnd makes I ngain appear season money duc.F. REID, Stanford, Jack," "Excelsior." before the public for close scrutiny Ky R. D. No. 5. 32tf and admiration nnd abundant sernnd nm opposed to the cost of vice, DON VARRICK high living and place my chnrges Will make the season of 1917 nt where the farmer of moderate mile from Crab Orchmeans can do business with me at my stable the "low cost of living prices" ns ard, on the Singleton place, nt $10 well as the rich. My progeny sneak to insure a living colt. Don Varrick for themselves, selling ns weanlings is a beautiful chestnut, 1G 2 hands; for $rr to $130, nnd nt two years weighs 1.400 pounds, is compactly of age for $200. Reference: Messrs. built nnd has plenty bone nnd finish. Bun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. II. His colts show for themselves. Wm, Will nlso stand nt the same time Harris, Jacohutn Rctrofrnc, Long, Lute King, John Saylor. J. G. and place my saddle stallion Carpenter nnd many others. I have BLACK PRINCE all the marking, form, site, symmetry, By Kentucky Peavine, out of n marc bones, muscles, tendons, equipments by Old Preston. He is a coming nnd color true to my Jnckship; am as black as n crow nn nthlete and possess the greatest and n good one. You should see him. agility and gambol over the green He will stand nt $10 to insure. swnrd like a race horse, nnd have a TWO GREAT MULE JACKS voice, with n ba-s- o musical sopm-teno- r Will nlso stand two great mule profunda alternations nnd bray n the happy hours away; the pass word jacks nt $10 to insure. Ono tho Ilutr Dudderar jack and the is Kureka; favorite songs, "Home, Sweet Home." nnd "My Old Ken- other, Jesso Fox, a fine fellow. 5 tucky Home:" Motto: Get there Eli. years old and n good breeder. His colts show up nicely. See them both I have aqtialine eyes, pleasing countenance, stvle, typical head, ears, before you breed your mnres. Will stand n fine registered Shortneck, shoulders., body, back, bones, hips, hoiks, legs niul feet, nnd cau- horn Bull nt $2 to insure. Money duo My keeper friend in nil cases when animal Is bred elsedal npncidagr. nnd guide is Thomas Matheuselah where or parted with. Johnson, W. R. GAINES. Crab Orchard. Ky. Scientific breeders state the dam gives 70r'r of potency and prepotenALMONT DARE cy to the gummetesj others say CCi rtph TPt Almniil TVnrn flOOO 4 of this power nnd force Is given bv tho dam nnd 501- - by the sire. Send bay stallion; 1C 'hands high with good me dams 10 hands high und that bone nnd line style. Is extremely.. weigh 1,000 to 1,100 pounds, with last mull under snuuic imu in n;u-..la rr i.il l.rnllior in Tnxv good conformation nnd you will get mtilo colts that will weigh 1,200 to Dare that won tho championship jor 1,400 pounds when matured with snddle bred brood mares nt tho Ken-i.- ,l ,. cii,. fnf,. In 1011 dpfentinir age, I arrange nnd fructify the miuinictcs nnd naturo does tho rest Ednn May and others nnd to Nettle- my ton that sola tor $.j,duu aim omens in for my neurons are electro-tonic- ; blood that of royalty; composed of ei Knn 11n la ii,,. lmt nnn nf thft lot. the red, white nnd blue; rich in tho His colts hnve frequently defeated "units" of "proximnte principals;" ther cons oi sires biuuuuik ! my nerve cells nro filled with prima; 9 111. Tin.,.. onia 1,1a fnltd mVllf foT IIIIVU sum v." ...j. - $500. Others claim offers of $1,000 the results will be through radiation nnd zygotosis They also are the very best to use at mule colts of the uniform size und home, being large, fine, game, dura type, for, style, action and beauty, ble nnu Kinu. Will make tho season at $10 to in and docility, perfect mules with tho "esprit do corps" of their sire: no sure iivo coit. !.... .nt llrnl tnftili.n mv riMistpr- stub word as "hors do combat" or fail, in mv vocabular of Jackology. cd bluck jack, 10 hands with extreme As Sol Russell said, "when passing ly large liono will smnu ior mares ni mnrA trtti Ina niul 4R TOT my way 'drop' over on mo in peace- if 111 horse mule. Will also breed jennets ful valley." My friend, "Romeo" the benutlful nny monm in year v " i" iaul nlfu fllP SI GO nt 1. II.,..., ant. I Ilia black registered Polangis Bovine, is doing business here, too price $1,00 weaning time. Grass furnished at nt the lot, nnd the handsome Adonis, $2 per month and nil siock intrusion tho cqulno mnle, well grown, in size, to mo will recelvo my personnl but will not bo responsiblo rrnceiul und ideal conformation, will Wo liko com for accidents. Season on the above do service at $7.00. mare petition, but, defy successful com aro due when colt is foaled ortinrtCli ... .4linr at.rl? nV kIapIc petitioi in our lines, "To tho victors belong tho spoils." Mv price $8.00. with. All tho above will mako tho senson nt mv Dlnce, two nnu a nan Verv truly, .M..,. ni-n-. nf ..md.w.. ...... EXCELSIOR Tho Royal Jack. UlllL'a .. A0. wi llnatnnvlllfi nil Hlistoll , Address Carpenter Farm, R. F. D. 1, villo and Liberty pike. Pedigrees Crab Orchard, Ky., Chapplo's Gup furnished upon request. Pike. i snJj S. I. fUWtUi nuiiunYiiic, r7. Big, lC-hng 1- -4 four-year-olwcll-kpowelectro-bioplastic ,.l -.-4 purchased eek Mr and Mrs the II Mr I Lwing 1M Neddham 'avenue for $850 hnve KING fine ALFONSO KENTUCKY'S NEW TAX LAW The proposed changes in the tax laws of Kentucky are of prime importance and broaden tremendously the general field of investment open to residents of this state. Final action will probably be taken by the Legislature within the next few days. Immediately thereafter, in conformity with our policy of furnishing prompt and accurate information to investors, we shall issue a pamphlet containing a digest of those provisions of the new law which apply to the taxation of stocks and bonds of both local and foreign corporations. A copy of this pamphlet will be mailed free on request. Inasmuch as we anticipate a large demand, a prompt application by telephone or mail will be appreciated. J. J. B. HILLIARD & SON INVESTMENT SECURITIES Louisville, Ky. 130 South Fifth St. BLEUCHER 46158 KKCOItl) 2 19 14, TIUAI, 2:14 3 4 KENTUCKY'S CHAM1MO.V KOVl) IIOItbK Winner ot ltoad Class and Unfiling Claw at Kentucky State Fair 1916 Alcyone-bir612, 2.27 o( U0, dams of 65. Dark Night 2858... hire o( 24, J Ineludine Noonday Sf.rrrdlcllt HiSt Flmo 275 2 'OK llrielitUeht 14. nrnok 19TC9- Silent Ureal Iruod nisre. W ilkrs 2.09, Valj.a Hark Iticurd 2:1 1 S. 2 :09 1 , etc, Sir cf Hill) Uurlf 2:03 Harry Clay 45, 2:29 1 1 4, Miawbo) 2 07 )f hire ot 4, dams of SO, . Jenny t'h) .. Memlow llrix.k 2 09 Urrut LruoJ mare. tmma arrine 2. (IT 1 4, Lady lltlibrovk 2.10, etc. Moko 24457 Ilruflk 2 09 3 4, t- - Norwood Hell lly Norwood 522 Clao I.aH Watt (21 Pain 2.27 1 2. Illiucher 1 4, -- r. 217; out ( a bilint half kl.tir la llruuk 2.10 1 2. ( . .. . . Sire ot Uremia York 2 04 1 4. IVrno 2 05 1 Nntlle Helix (3) 2 Oil 1 2, Silrer Silk (4) 2.UA 1 2. Monrlro (3) 2 07 1 4, Suite N, (3) 2 09 1 4, etc. lletly Clay llait titter to Hilrnt It rook 2 Oil 1 2, Heddle Clay (I) 2 25 II, and Lilly Clay, dam ot True 2:21 12. . Iloron Wilkes 4758. 2:18, bire ot 12 in 2:10, etc. Queen Dam ot Humps 2:03 Ethel lly Strallimore 408. 1 4. Wilkes Nutwood 8000 3 4. sire uf Carl Wilkes 2 04 1 2. Jenny Clay lly Harry Clay 45 Hum of Silent Ilrook 2 in 1 i. iteddie Clay (4) 2 25 14, etc. 1 4. Meadow Ilrook 2:08 12. Silent llnwV. 19709. 2.10 12. sire of Hilly Hurk i.auy 2 07 1 4, arrine 3:07 3 4. lietiy nrooi. ? uu j , r.inma jirooa a u 1 4, Silent Hnsade (2) 2 to 3 4. Margaret llathcate Ilurook 2 10, Hulter flrook 2 10 Ilia dam, Jenny Clay, Hired dam uf Chatty Dirttt (II 2 07 1 4 etc 2 11 14, etc (4) ut.o produced Heddie tlay 2 25 I 4. and waa icrandaiu of l'rue 2 21 1 J Moko 24157 aire of r.reno 2 05 12 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia York (3) truiurny 2 OH 3 4. (Futurity winner) (5) s in I i. name neiie i.i i ui J iwr (41 2 03 I 2 (champion 3earoM filly.) Manriio (3) 2 07 1 4 (Futurity winner,) Hi(lomoko (Futurity tler Silk 14) 2 OH 12. Suiie X (3) 2 09 14, Sihko (3) 2winner,) (Futurity 2 10, Mohet 11 14 winner) etc. 4 " II) 1.i...'... Moeheiter 2 10 14. MomaHer 2 It. .., fi.- - llttPV.tr Z i nl frhamiilun trottlliff fttallion.) Yitu (4) 2 09 1 2. Mar- Hrolher to Humps 2.03 14. Haroa Ilia Tipton (4) 2 09 1 4. O Nell (3) 2 13 3 I, etc Shaba II, a, ' $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE of I will alio stand this beautiful Shetland Slallioii for the season am I.NHl nr at 10OO l.le In l.aiualrr. K) i.niu vvi.r i l.un retained on rolls for of mares on graia al 10 emit a diy tare , '111 V Sll!rUuihrr 40158, r.rord 2 20 1 1, trial mile ! 14 3 4. half In 1 00. lait quarter in 33 He pound.. will weigh s.conda. Is a handwm keal I rown hor Is and of ( Ia)o. I.y lino great lulunly greally rt aire Moku. Hie out MMiLU-his good aire Hikut Hrook and ion-Indemand has taken orer one million horara from this country, and we may Our adrlce to mare owners Is to breed prlci-for our horses In Ibe future iect teller and proien stallions th.lr marea and to breed Ihim to that will of merit the demand worth as sires. Hleuchrr Ills colls hao proreu su ply Is lut the tire to produce the colls flue with nice head and neck and plenty of buue and conformation Ihis great trutllMi; Stallion will make tho uaiou ot 1917 at my stsbla In Lancaster, h.utucky. . "' ... 101T at my sta- prrparcu wuw fee. Money re- I due wlwii mare Is Irad.d or parted with sponsible should any incur Cam Isk.n to prevent aMldeuts but uot W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky ihppr TV'" ' ' Of! fw "-si?.. ! PageE) . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: FARM AND TRADE ITEMS L. P. Nunnelloy sold to V. p7Lo-Ra- n 25 barrels of corn at ?8 a barl rel; L; T. Nunnelley sold to T. W. hogs at 13 Jones 24 a pbund. Hughes nnd McCarty sold to tho McKlnney Milling Co., 200 barreN of corr. to be delivered at $7.50 n lCS-poun- d l-- Friday, April 27, 1917 " M KL - SALE OF CommiMionerft' Splendid Building Lots n AND J Nine Room Metal Roof House Lincoln , In obedience to a judgment of the Circuit Court, rendered nt the November term, 1916, in the notion of Mrs. Sallle Varnon, etc., npninst Mrs. SaHla" Varnon's Trustee, the undersigned Commissioner will on Saturday, May 5, 1917 'beginning at 10 a. m., on the premises, offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the "VanDevecr Property" in the south- ern suburbs ot Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., in the following (1) Lot No. 9, of nbout C 'acres, inintr n frame metn err' dwelling, a barn and other outroof buildings. (2) Lots 10 to 20, both inclusive, will then be sold separately, and thn a whole and the bid accented which realizes the greater sum. These lots range in size from nbout 2 to 3 acres. (3) Lots 1 to 8, both inclusive will then be sold separately and as a whole andvthc bid ncceptcd which realites the greater sum. These lots rangs in she from about 1 2 to 7 acres. Lots 10 to 20 inclusive contain in' the aggregate 'about 30 acres and lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the aggregate about 20 acres. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 face Somerset street with frontage ranging from 135 to 180 feet and an average depth of over COO feet. Lots 1C, 17, 18, 19, and 20 face on Cut-Ofpike with frontage ranging from 145 to 180 feet nnd , an average depth of over COO feet. Lot 1 of about 7 acres faces "Cut-Off- " pike and reaches town branch nnd has a tenement house of three 1f" Isaac Hubbard, of the Moreland section, sold to George Simpson, of Shelby City, a lot of timothy hny nt $22 per ton. At tho sale of Poll Durham cnttle at Peru, Ind., J. II. Miller disposed of 42 head averaging $G45. The highest price of tho sale was for cow and caff, which was $1,890. The second highest was for a bull $1,700. There were about 500 cattle on. the Winchester market Monday, most of them changing hands. I'nces ranged from 4 cents for canncrs to 9 for the best erodes, Hogs 14 sold nt 13 to Quite a num ber of mules were disposed of nt $150 to $200. 1- -2 c. good school. It T. W. Jones sold to L. P. NunnelINSURANCE ley 25 light feeding hogs nt 13 cer.t, nnd these hogs nro to bo sold back to BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Mr. Jones at one cent advance July Cheaptida A Short Lexington, Ky. Don't fall to hear the auctioneer at the land sale next Wednesday, Ho will cntcrain you. It Mack Hughes has sold the great show marc, Queen of Kentucky, to Canadian parties for $C0t. A ono of those Mr. Farmer: Uuy three-acr- e lots nt the Varnon sale Saturday; May 6th, build you n home where your children enn attend a 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS r Oyer 3 Mlllioa Loaned Through Thlt Office Ice Creait. -- Freers N W. KING & SON Refrigerators, Oil Stove, Lawn Mowers; buy now before they go higher. SEE- r the first. w&. ? ' . r?- - :mm mm mm F-E-E-- George H. Farris D-S Wc arc Ilcadtiuartcrs fdr PURINA FEEDS sfln?i71SSHr?IMRH IREMEDYFORMEN. I AT YOUR DRUGGIST. PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Tat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greetett Hoi Grower. Th, Fecdt ere giving the belt result pottible. Place your der today. Sold only by or- ;( l Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 1 & fc .!. &iKHW7j y ll&'---' k IB 4 r -- .aW tl '. SI S. C. B LEGHORN EGCS of the best laying strains, for hatching, at all times. Also baby chicks, when I can furnish them. For sale by MRS.' R. L. BERRY Phone No. Kentucky Huttonville, 7-- L i county, Kenof Stanford, Lincoln tucky, bounded on the north by land of Menefcc nnd St. Asaph Branch, pike and W. P. east by "Cut-Off- " Grimes; south by J. S. IWker and Mat Myers; west by Somo'sot .street rooms. nnd containing nbjut ! acres. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and G arc to fare The object of the sale is for a ren new 30 foot street leading to Som- investment of the proceeds. TEP..MS: The sabs will be on a erset street nt Menefcc and Mcltob-ert- s credit of sixmonths. The purchasers corner near old pond. Lo'.j 7 and 8, face "Somerset street will be renuired to execute bonds in front of P. M McRoberts and con-- ' ' with good security, payable to the Lincoln Trust Company, bearing G tain about 2 2 acres each. A 40 foot street .is to run from per cent, interest from date of sale Menefee's corner on Somerset street until paid, having the force and effect to southwest corner of W. P. Grimes' of judgments and secured by lien on lot; a 40 foot street is to run from the property sold. E. D. PENNINGTON. this street between lots 7 and 8 on Matter Commissioner Lincoln Cirone side and 2 to G inclusive on the other to southeast corner of No. 0 cuit Court. Maps showing the location of the nnd from that point 30 feet wide to each Somerset street; a 15 foot alley is to lots may be seen at court-housrun in rear of lots 2 to 6 inclusive. of the Stanford banks and nt law to be sold ns above offices of P. M. McUobcrts and J. IS. The whole tract indicated is in the southern si'burtii Paxton. e, Denmark 840. 1st dam: Hourboniste, No. 9297 (full sister to Hourbon's Host) by Uourbon Chief 97G, by Harrison Chief 1G0G, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine U a rich cheitnut, with (tar and snip; tlandt 1S.3 full; weight 1100 poundt; five year old. At you will tee from the above breeding, he hat the blood of the bett thow horiet Ken. tucky hat ever produced, and it one himself. You thould tee this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse at fathionably bred at the tmall fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Wilt make the teaton of 1917 at my ttable on Eatt Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. No. 6053 Rowland Peavine cheitnut tallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex Rowland Peavine CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government Tests Prove It. ARTICLES Eggt flleef, tirloin Mutton, leg Pork, loin Cheese Rice Milk , 1030 1035 1185 1365 1489 Wheat Flour 385 410 445 Energy 10 cents will buy llutter .... . . . Hreakfast Foods .... Potatoet Ileant, dried ... Wheat Flour (I. v 6540 Qualities 2025 2950 3040 S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 112) ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving J. H. Baughman & Co. R. M. NEWLAND Headauarters for Bett FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 45. where In I'nited States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Stanford, Ky. Somerset, Kr. We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly any- CASH for ACCOUNTS J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. ' 9 e099m9m9&9999 Wednesday, May 2, 1 0:30 A. M. unsurpassed in production. No. 2 30 5 acres. All this tract in grass and a beautiful building site. No. 3 16 5 acres. All in grass. Less than a mile from court house and is a dandy small farm. No. 4 6 0 acres. All in grass and beautiful building site. No. 5 12 0 acres. Large barn and double crib. Splendid hemp and tobacco land couldn't lay better. No. 6 13 2-- 5 acres. All first class bottom land. Each of these tracts has water and all face the pike. This is your chance of a life time to get a small farm just outside the citj limits. Go look these small farms over, pick out what you want and own your own place. Land is the safest investment in the world and is sure to increase in vjdue all the time. There is no better land anywhere and the location' is ideal just outside the city limits of Stanford, Kentucky, and is' close to Rowland, a fine shipping point for live stock, etc. See the blue prints of this Your price will be our price, an3 terms in the reach of every one. The man with moderate means will have as much chance as the wealthy. 3-1-8-19-1sub-divisio- n. Small Farms At Auction THE WELL KNOWN E. T. PENCE, (SR.) FARM, ONE MILE SOUTHEAST OF STANFORD, KY., BORDERING EITHER SIDE OF THE CUT-OFINTO SIX TRACTS AS FOLLOWS: PIKE HAS BEEN No. 1 70 4 Acres. This tract has the magnificient brick residence, that today alone would cost better than $8,000.00 to build. And all this first class bottom land F. SUB-DIVIDE- D 3-- - Remember the date and hour of the sale; the very liberal terms we are offering and that your price will be our price for one day only h ,1 TO EVERYONE ATTENDING WE WILL SERVE FREE LUNCH ON THE PROPERTY , WHILE AN BRASS BAND FURNISHES POPULAR CONCERTS. SECURE PLATS AND INFORMATION AT THE OFFICE OF HUGHES & McCARTY, STANFORD, KY., PHONE No. 180. ALL-STA- R ".I it irst National Auction Ck..2H2Xffa 3)(9 ";